Orchid Bridal Bouquets
We continue our orchid wedding bouquet presentation in this article with a few more unique designs created exclusively for modern brides. These beautiful arrangements can be chosen by both beach and city brides who are planning a more romantic look with an exotic twist. The lovely orchids can make great flower choices for both classic and contemporary brides, as well as for those who are in for the vintage style. It all depends on the color.
These beautiful blooms can be found in a myriad of colors, from soft to bolder tones. And choosing the most adequate tone is definitely a matter of taste and vision. The color-scheme you use in your wedding bouquet has to match the theme or the palette used throughout the entire ceremony. So make sure that you opt for an assorted style. The cymbidium, phalaenopsis and vanda orchids are among the most popular assortments used for wedding flower decorations and bouquets.
When you’re dealing with these types of exotic flowers it would be best to think of the design or shape of the bouquet first. Set the amplitude of the bouquet so that you can know how many orchid stems you need to use. And we make this remark because these flowers are more expensive than other assortments available in season. So make sure that you don’t opt for a large bouquet if your wedding budget is limited. If you can afford to spend a fortune on a lavish exotic orchid arrangement go ahead and compose a lush cascading bouquet.
In general, these romantic flowers can look at their best when used in big arrangements. The cascading and crescent styles are great examples of shapes or designs to follow in this regard. But not all brides have the money to purchase such a big bouquet. The same thing can be said about the fact that these two shapes we’ve mentioned are not the ideal style a modern bride wants for her wedding.
Cascading bouquets can be interpreted as traditional styles fit for a conventional woman. So, if you want something a bit more comfortable, trendy and light, we suggest you opt for a hand-tied arrangement. Use fewer blooms and organize them in a loose arrangement. This way you will obtain a charming natural-organic look suitable for a modern wedding planed outdoors and pay less money.
If you’re planning a budget bouquet, use fewer orchids and more greeneries or herbs available in the season to enrich the bouquet and make it look more sophisticated and luxurious. The first orchid bouquet is made of pink blooms, accented with hyacinths, jasmines and blueberry foliage and it is a great example of this kind.