Your flower bouquet precedes you down the aisle, so it has to be special. To help your decision-making, we present three bridal arrangements — the cascade, which we think deserves a comeback; an eclectic grouping of colors and textures in a single bouquet; and a classic, simple bunch of red roses punctuated with pearl hatpins. No matter what your taste may be, your florist can make seasonally appropriate suggestions to create the bridal bouquet of your dreams.
Let It Flow
Nothing says drama like a cascading bouquet, which was the de facto bridal fashion a couple of decades ago but is not seen as often these days. If you're looking for something different and distinctive, consider the cascade. Created by Flowers Make Scents: White stock, dendrobium white orchids, bupleurum, "Green Coin," cymbidium mini orchids, "Dusty Miller," white lilies, white roses, bear grass and dianthus
A Riot of Color
We couldn't help thinking that this bouquet, with its burgundy and gold flora, would be perfect for a bride who's a Washington Redskins fan. Unusual color combinations (even black flowers, as shown here) are absolutely allowed on your wedding day, so embrace them. Created by Flower Girls: Parrot tulips, freesia, Kangaroo Paw, Black Magic roses, ranunculus, solidago and leucadendron "Safari Sunset"
Richness of Red
Roses and pearls are classic wedding day. They say romance, and if your wedding is in the winter, the contrast of red roses against a white dress is especially eye-popping. There's a reason these are timeless. Created by Vogue Flowers: Charlotte roses, variegated pittosporum and pearl hatpins