Even more traditional hand-tied bouquets are taking a leaf out of their trailing counterparts’ book by incorporating dainty trails of foliage, or small hanging blooms or berries. This popular bouquet comes in many shapes and sizes, each with a pared-down trailing effect for an untamed look.
While many different flowers suit this style, Jay recommends spray roses, lily of the valley, muscari and ranunculus, as well as grasses, nigella and sweet peas. “As a modern, happy medium, many brides are choosing asymmetric hand-tied designs with wispy foliage instead of a full-on shower,” she explains.
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