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Marriage ceremony bouquets which can be perpetually timeless

The bridal bouquet is the cherry on the perfect wedding look. While trends can come and go, there are certain styles that will always stay strong! From romantic roses to vibrant blooms, these are some of the wedding bouquets we keep timeless forever!

Light monochrome …

Bold flower arrangements are here! Gorgeous mixes of monochromatic hues have improved a lot for bridal bouquets like this rich selection of oranges and copper. The mix of dark palms, textured grasses, soft roses, and light berries is an impressive combination.

Fanning Palms …

Dried fan palms give this peach and copper bouquet enormous depth. While the fan-leaved fronds aren’t technically a flower, they are perfect for a modern twist on a boho wedding when mixed with rustic anemones, dreamy roses, and dried grasses. What’s even better is that dried plants are perfect for a winter wedding as they are perennial and always available.

Minimalistic magic …

For subtle glamor, a neat bouquet of roses is becoming the top trend for the minimalist bride. Clean and crisp pure white roses with long stems create a flawless aesthetic. But we’re totally in love with the antique, faded hue of quicksand roses – a hugely sought-after choice. These flowers come in a variety of shades, from delicate beige and champagne to dull pink and blush tones.

Soft and dreamy …

We love this combination of fluffy, flat pampas, cotton stems and huge protea for this neutrally tinted floral wonder. A bouquet of long grasses, dried berries, and so many soft textures would look like sheer magic flowing in the wind down the aisle at an outdoor wedding. Cotton doesn’t seem like an uncommon choice, but when it looks this good how could anyone say no!

Classic blue …

Would you like to add a touch of blue to your bridal look? Try this stunning ocean-inspired deep blue, perfect for a travel destination or coastal celebration with holly and foliage. Or, for an intimate garden ceremony, embrace the blue hue with white ranunculus and grape hyacinths.

Killer Contrast …

Deep and romantic color contrasts have always been a standout choice for brides. Additions like dried grasses, ripe berries, striped feathers, and cascading flowers take into account so many trendy aspects of the floral style. Against classic white, we love the selection of strong red Celosia and the ropes of bleeding bleeds that fall from the base of the bouquet.

King for a Queen …

The King Protea plants, also known as sugar bushes, have become a huge crowd-pleaser for brides around the world. The flowers, native to South Africa, are available in deep reds, light pinks, and every shade in between, and have a huge impact as a solo stem for bridesmaids or integrated into a larger arrangement. We love the spiky petals against the soft white of a wedding dress and we add color to any aisle – very trendy of the year.

Falling flowers …

Oversized cascade arrangements are so attractive because of the wow factor they give off. This super modern selection of native flowers, bright orchids, and dried foliage looks elegant and sun-kissed in an effortless way. These types of bouquets hit the nail on the head when it comes to sustainability trends and the trend towards non-traditional flowers.

Bleachy Keen …

Say goodbye to the green with bleached flowers and plants that rule the world of wedding bouquets. It started with the crowd favorite of pampas grass and the fairytale look it gave wedding styling of all kinds, and it blew up from there! Ferns and grasses sun-bleached to a gorgeous white create an ethereal aesthetic that is perfect for indoor weddings that want to avoid being overloaded with greenery.

Modern meadow …

Dried flower arrangements were incredibly popular in 2019, and it seems like they’re not going to go away anytime soon. These stunning bouquets of wheat and hare tails are very sustainable and make the best keepsake for you as a newlywed as soon as the day is over.

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