What type of bouquet?
As well as choosing flowers, you will need to choose how they are styled. Above are examples.
1: Pomander/Kissing Ball - A popular choice for flower girls. A foam ball covered with flowers, topped with coordinating ribbon which is used as a handle to carry.
2: Nosegay bouquet - Flowers of different varieties are cut to the same length to create a rounded, neatly presented bouquet.
3: Round Bouquet - A large number of flowers cut to form a rounded shape. The stems are tied together with ribbon creating a neat handle. A very popular option.
4: Pageant Bouquet - Long stemmed flowers arranged to be draped across the arm and carried like a baby.
5: Waterfall Bouquet - A cascade of flowers arranged into the shape of an upside down tear drop. Popular with a plain bridal gown.
6: Composite Bouquet - The effect is that of one large flower made up of many petals and tied with ribbon.
7: Posy - A smaller version of the Nosegay or Rounded bouquet. Often select for bridesmaids.
8: Hand tied - Flowers are grouped together and tied loosely to create a gathered effect, rather than a tight grouping.
9/10: Single Flower - One flower, oftener wrapped in ribbon. An uncommon choice for brides, often used for flower girls due to the lack of weight and minimal risk of damage. Avery effective, cheaper way to add flowers to your wedding.