Bridal Bouquets for 2017
If you’re getting married this year, chances are you’ve already chosen your bridal bouquet. If you haven’t, let us introduce you to our 6 favorites for 2017!
This is our take on the traditional white bouquet. We’ve updated it with a beautiful gold wire nest and diamond pins in the heads of each of the white roses you see here. It’s a bit lighter in weight than the other bouquets featured in this post, so if you’re planning on carrying your bouquet throughout your reception, this is a great option. Your arm will not fall off.
What can we say about this bouquet that you can’t already see in the pictures? Featuring four different color roses, alstroemeria (or Peruvian Lily), doublestock, and of course beautifully accented with one of our favorites, pink ranunculus, two different sizes means you can carry the larger one down the isle and use the smaller one for the bouquet toss. Imagine a mountain wedding. Or a beautiful farm wedding. A wooden arch, perhaps? We adore this.
This hand-tied bouquet is reserved for the confident, daring, non-traditional bride. Why? Because these proteas demand attention. This bouquet is a show-stopper from start to finish, in an I’m-bold-and-beautiful kind of way. Imagine this paired with a minimalist wedding wedding gown. Now we’re gettin’ somehwere.
Pods are in this year, have you heard? We married them (get it?) with deep purple calla lilies and white roses for a really unique look. This was overwhelmingly one of our fan favorites at the Marions-nous wedding show this year. It’s solid and beautiful in a grounded, earthy sort of way. In fact, we noticed that the public, in general, tended to examine this bouquet like a painting at the fine art museum. A long gaze at first - then a closer look at the details, and finally a few minutes to ponder the meaning of it all.
This bouquet inspired an entire set of printables here at Le Bouquet. It was designed by Natalie a couple months ago for a fall wedding and we just couldn’t get enough of the yellows, reds, and burnt oranges. So we designed a larger one, with the same amount of draping in the front, and boy did it steal the show. Imagine this same type of bouquet in different color palates. Like purples or reds.
In preparation for this year’s Marions-nous wedding show, we asked Natalie to design a hand-tied bouquet which featured a mix of warm and cool winter colors. This can be a bit tricky to pull off sometimes due to the base notes clashing. She came back with this bouquet, which we call Celestial Wonderland, because that’s exactly where it transported us. Imagine a cool, winter photoshoot with freshly fallen snow, a stunning gown, soft lighting - and this bouquet.
So there you have it, our top 6 bouquets for 2017! However, we’re never done creating and dreaming up beautiful bouquets! If you’re getting married this year and want to create something completely different than what you see here, give us a call.
Consultations with Natalie are free. Imagine the possibilities…