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What Brides Need to Know of Bridal Flower Bouquet

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Hey girl, your wedding day is coming up! Have you made up your mind about the bridal flowers yet? Should you go with a fresh flower bouquet or a dry flower bouquet?

Can you have both? What about the other flowers at your wedding ceremony, reception, or bridal party? We will help you sort out these questions and more!

Bridal Flowers- Fresh Flower Bouquet

Bridal Fresh Flower Bouquet
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There is nothing better than walking into your wedding venue and seeing your beautiful bridal bouquet for the first time. You are also watching your guests gasp as they notice the gorgeous flowers on the table. 

Fresh flowers used in every aspect of your wedding - bridal party bouquets, centrepieces, or table arrangements at the reception venue. Others include boutonnieres (for men) and corsages (for women), and even in place of traditional floral arrangements on the cake itself!

So, when it comes to choosing a bridal bouquet, fresh flower bouquets are gorgeous. You can customize your custom bouquet or have one delivered straight to your door!

Depending on your preferences- whether a more traditional bridal bouquet or something more modern, a florist can customise a beautiful fresh flower bouquet and arrangement on your big day.

View our Fresh Bridal Bouquets here >>>>

 

Bridal Dry Flower Bouquet

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If you are looking for an ideal option for your budget, a dry flower bouquet is a safe choice. These bouquets tend to be less expensive than fresh ones because the flowers can be bought in bulk and stored for years. If you are planning a smaller wedding, this is ultimately cost savings.

Dry flower bouquets are versatile enough to work well as part of your ceremony decorations, reception decor, and bridal dry flower bouquet. You will have plenty of time with them before they wilt or fade (if they do), so if there is someplace else that needs some extra colour or life put into it, feel free!

Other great benefits involve sustainability and less wastage. Why? Once the wedding is over, you can take it home with you and re-use them again whenever you would like! Maybe on another special occasion like Mother's Day!

Bridal Silk Flower Bouquet

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If you are a bride who wants to have a bouquet that is easy to care for and transport, silk flower bouquet is a popular option. Silk flowers can be reused and are not affected by the weather. They are also great for brides who have allergies and sneeze around flowers.
Silk flowers come in many different colours and sizes, so it's easy for you to find something that matches your wedding theme perfectly. Depending on your budget, high quality silk is a lovely material and possibly costly.
If you aren't sure which shade of green would look good with your dress or stationery, talk with your florist about what options are available at local flower shops near you.

 

Bridal Preserved Flower Bouquet

Bridal Preserved Flower Bouquet
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Preserved flower bouquets are the perfect way to commemorate a special event like your wedding. They are maintenance-free yet long-lasting. Preserved flower bouquets are not a recent trend and were first discovered in the Victorian era.

These preserved flower bouquets are made up of natural sap with a glycerine-based chemical formula. The technology used to preserve flowers enable you to keep the flowers and leaves in their natural form for the long run.

It is neither freeze-dried nor faux flowers but a conservation flower. Preserved flowers are more likely to be stored between 3 - 5 years, and the greens are up to 8-10 years.

It is a perfect option for those who are looking for something more low maintenance than fresh flowers.

Want to learn more on preserved flowers? Find it here >>>>

All four options have their pros and cons, and there are plenty of types of bouquets available for your wedding. The most fundamental thing is to pick the one that will work best for your needs and budget. If you are still having trouble deciding, it might be time to consult a florist or a wedding expert who can assist you through this process. Now, cast your vote! Which bouquet is your first choice? Then, what other type is your second choice? We would love to know more from you.
Cheerio brides!

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