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The bride's guide to trailing wedding bouquets

The new wave

The new wave of trailing bouquets ensures going big doesn’t necessarily mean holding heavy, wired structures anymore. The reinvented cascading bouquet is all natural, with a lighter, looser design making it organic in style and incredibly versatile. The trick is to create the trailing effect with light, delicate foliage such as eucalyptus or ivy. 

“Of course, shower bouquets will always be slightly heavier than their smaller, domed counterparts, this is due to the amount of ingredients used,” explains Jay. Jay recommends long-stemmed, large-headed flowers for maximum visual impact such as delphiniums, hydrangeas, peonies, euphorbia and garden roses. 

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