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A Glossery of Floral Bouquets

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Floral bouquets are traditionally carried by the bride and bridal party. Special guests will sometimes carry or wear flowers on the day of the wedding. Here is a list of common conventional arrangements that are used by the bridal party.

The spray bouquet The Spray:
This style of bouquet is a blossomly fashioned together in a triangular shape design. Long stemmed flowers work to enhance the eligance of this bouget which can be put together using a variety of mixed colors in long stemmed roses, calla lilies, freesias, tulips or daffodils with a mix of ivy for greenery and presentation.
bouquet crescent The Crescent Arm Arrangement:
For the bride seeking something different in style and presentation this style of bouquet is ideal. It is nestled in the arm and sets a great image for pictures. Flowers that can be used are orcids and lilies mixed with ivy and or baby's breath it also can be easily crafted and used with many other flower to capture the theme of your wedding.
bouquet pomander Pomander:
A beautiful arrangement of blooms covering a ball like shape to be carried by a flower girl or may also be craftly designed in a square shape without the string for the bride to clasp her hands in for carrying. Small flowers are best for designing this bouquet.
bouquet nosegay The Nosegay:
Can be made with various size of flowers but should have one dominant flower or color to ehance the shape and style of the bouquet which, is round in shape with uniformed length flowers. The bouquet flower stemms are wrapped titly with a ribbon or fashioned fabric to give a clean eligance to it's already magnificient beauty
bouquet cascade The Cascade:
This is a larger tear shaped arrangement with training blossoms and greenery anchored in hidden hand held base.


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