Bridal Bouquet Trends for 2020


February 24, 2020 11:17 am

With Pinterest flooding with inspiration and ideas on every wedding detail, choosing the right style of wedding bouquets is essential to complete your bridal look. Speaking to the founder of Oopsy Daisy, Hafsah Cader a messy florist who curates bouquets for any occasion from Bridal Bouquets, Gifting Bouquets to Boutonnieres. Here are some bridal bouquet trends for 2020 that are sure to guide you on the latest trends that will best suit your big day.

Tropical

This type of bouquet consists of tropical leaves accompanied with either white flowers or bright flowers. You don’t need to have a destination or an outdoor wedding to pull this one off, even a Kandyan Bride or a Waleema Bride can strategically pull this off making sure it complements your outfit well. 

The Classy One

This is the traditional White rose, Lisianthus, Eucalyptus and Babies Breath bouquet. This style is timeless and will never go out of trend. Perfect for traditional brides and for a formal celebration too. The white flowers and eucalyptus go so well against a white dress or saree. 

The Phaelanopsis Bouquet

Phaelanopsis aka. Moth orchids is a beautiful large orchid. What’s not to love about Phaelanopsis? This style of bouquet is perfect for all types of weddings contemporary, tropical or even a beach wedding.

The Crescent Bouquet

This type of bouquet is fuller in the center and cascades on the two sides. This style is a standout trend for 2020.  This type of bouquet can use a variety of flowers and colours to match your outfit and colour scheme. It also works well for any kind of bride and fits into any type of theme. 

The Monstera

This is a type of bouquet has been a constant request from brides. This is perfect when brides who want a tropical touch so include a monstera into a classic traditional bridal bouquet with roses and babies breath. A perfect bouquet for brides who want to be adventurous and still be traditional.

Single Stems

This is either a single prominent flower backed up by a few tiny leaves. Or a large leaf accompanied by a small flower. Smaller bouquets are becoming more and more trendy these days. Although it’s smaller than usual that doesn’t mean it doesn’t make a big impact. This bouquet is so Minimalistic and Dainty. Ideal for a bride who doesn’t want an extravagant bouquet or on a tight budget. Works so well for bridesmaids and Flower girls too.


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