Often the bridal bouquet is given a very secondary role, delegating its choice to other people. Yet on the wedding day i wedding flowers they must be coordinated with the mood of the marriage and the bouquet must fit perfectly with the bride, recalling her personality and embellishing the figure of the wedding dress. There are many parameters to consider before choosing a bouquet. I will help you get off to a good start. Let's start by figuring out how many types of bouquets exist and which one might be right for you.
Every bride would like her bouquet of flowers to be the most beautiful. But in keeping with the saying, "what is beautiful is not beautiful, but what one likes is beautiful", it is very personal. A typical case was the bridal bouquet of Melissa Satta , who chose a round and very large composition, consisting of roses, lisianthus and peonies and which has raised a lot of criticism. But she liked it. And that's enough.
Over the years there have been many trends that have crossed the wedding fashion, sometimes creating real upheavals. One of these concerns the choice of bouquet since over the years it has seen a real evolution of genre and style (while still remaining a must have).
December it's a beautiful month to get married. OK it's cold, but the approach of the Christmas makes everything more beautiful and jovial. We bouquet artisans are also working with greater enthusiasm this month: mysteries of the magic of Christmas, who knows.