Mixed flowers wedding bouquets
The way a bride perceives her wedding bouquet can differ from case to case, from wedding to wedding. We must never expect for all the brides to think the same about flowers, colors and bouquet shapes or styles because each bride in part, as each flower in part and wedding in part are different and beautiful in their own way.
It’s hard to make a choice when all the flowers you know are beautiful, elegant, fragrant and attractive. Many brides would want to carry on their wedding bouquet more than one wedding bouquet. But since this is practically impossible, the bride must stick to the ideal type of wedding bouquet that can fit her personal style, vision, imagination and preferences.
For those kinds of brides who are hard to please or to hard to decide on a single arrangement, we propose a magnificent mixed flowers wedding bouquet.
This type of bouquet can suit any bride who can’t seem to make up her mind in choosing a single type of flower or at least two types of flowers for composing her bouquet. Multi-flower wedding bouquets are very popular today although a single type of flower in bicolor forms wedding bouquets are also in trend.
But who says that the individual flowers should feature distinctive colors? In order to make the mixed flowers large wedding bouquet look elegant, romantic, stylish and suitable for a wedding, brides must combine the flower types and the colors very carefully and with maximum attention.
Only after the wedding theme and the color scheme are set, the excited bride can plan the mixed flowers wedding bouquet just to be sure that the colors will all match up with the general line and style of the wedding décor.
For brides who are planning the wedding outdoors, a mixed flowers large wedding bouquet can make a gorgeous ideal selection! One can mix peonies, gardenias, roses, ranunculus and amaryllis in the same arrangement and compose a dream wedding bouquet perfect for a romantic outside the doors nature inspired wedding.
For wedding events booked for gardens, parks, beaches, coasts, islands, open fields, back yards, country sides or other rural locations, a wildflower mixed flowers wedding bouquet can appear like a pretty inspired choice.
Choosing flowers from the same flower family or similar in shapes, colors and lengths can be a great way to prove your sense of aesthetics, elegance, style, refinement and fashion.
You can mix irises with sweet peas, orchids, narcissuses, daffodils and delphiniums, you can mix gerbera daises with sunflowers, chrysanthemums, dahlias, asters, Black Eyed Susan, marigolds and spider mums or you can combine calla lilies with gladiolas, freesias, garden roses, lisianthus, tulips, stephanotis, plumerias, hibiscus, anemones, magnolias, hydrangeas or tuberoses.11