Your wedding bouquet will be one of the highlights of your wedding day.
It is recommended to have a separate toss bouquet to the bridal bouquet, so that you can keep your bouquet as a memento from your special day.
Grande Fiore Florist also specialise in silk flowers mixed with fresh flowers, so if your favourite blooms are not in season, this is the perfect alternative so you can say your vows with your favourite flowers close to your heart. Silk wedding flowers not only look amazing, but you can also treasure them long after the fresh flowers have died. There are four different types of bouquet styles to select from so here is a guide to help you choose.
Bouquet Style Guide:
The Hand-tied bouquet is incredibly popular because it can be customised. They can be designed in a variety of shapes and sizes. This bouquet looks balanced because is is constructed in the hand using a spiral technique. The hand-tied bouquet can be made loose or compact to the brides desire. Massively oversized to small. Neat or unstructured and wild.
Beautiful if well designed, the posy bouquet is the smallest of the wedding bouquet designs. This bouquet style is well-suited for bridesmaids and flower girls but also petite brides with an intricately embellished dress. Posy bouquets are also budget friendly.
A Sweeping, and sophisticated bouquet that cascades like a waterfall down your wedding gown. Constructed in a holder, wire base or hand-tied. The flowers in the cascade bouquet are individually wired or left natural for stability or a natural and relaxed look. This style is often the most expensive due to the interacted wire work involved in the construction of the bouquet. Well worth its beauty!
This bouquet is slowly regaining popularity and is designed to be held casually in the arm like a presentation bouquet. The Sheaf bouquet is a delightfully elegant front facing relaxed design suited to tall flowers like delphiniums.