Bouquet Breakdown – The Katie Bouquet

Posted by on Oct 3, 2012

The bridal bouquet happens to be one of my favorite parts of the wedding.  They come in all shapes and sizes depending on the vision of the bride.  The bouquet can have a large impact on the overall style of your wedding.  Your flowers are an extension of your accessories on your big day.  There are several different kinds of bouquets.

I begin with handheld.  This style of bouquet has all of the flower stems close together to create a handle which you hold.  The handle can be all green stems showing or ribbon can be wrapped to cover the stems.

Introducing the Katie Bouquet.  Beautiful, soft and elegant describe this bouquet.  All white flowers create a clean classy palette.  The Katie Bouquet was inspired by a black crystal chandelier signature piece.  The crisp white flowers against the black wrapped ribbon handle produce the dramatic contrast all through the wedding décor.   Mini rhinestone pins among the flowers and the rhinestone brooch on the handle adds bling to the bouquet.  White hydrangeas, peonies, calla lilies, roses as well as anemones together create soft elegance.   The black centers of the anemones add the black color throughout in a natural way.

An all-white bouquet will fit into any style and any color scheme.  Depending on what you add to your bouquet, the personal flare or style can be seen.  The Katie bouquet has jewels added to incorporate crystals from the rest of the wedding.  You are not limited to just rhinestones and crystals.  Endless options available help you create the perfect touch for your wedding.  Pheasant feathers, pearls, colored wire, and berries are just a few examples of items you could add to personalize the bouquet to your overall wedding style.  Try to remember how much impact the bridal bouquet can have on the overall feeling of your wedding.

The question I leave you with is: “Is the Katie bouquet real flowers or silk flowers?”

^Photos courtesy of Kami Seamons Photography