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A floral pomander (as seen above) is also known as the kissing ball – often used as wedding décor, in recent years the pomander has become a popular option for brides or flowergirls to carry down the aisle. They can be decorated and adorned with just about anything; think pearls or Swarovski crystals for some added sparkle!
Well, if it’s good enough for Kate Middleton, it’s good enough for us! The Duchess opted for this style for her big day, with florist Shane Connolly using lily of the valley, sweet william, hyacinth, ivy and myrtle for the royal bouquet.
Image: Rebecca Yale
The wired style has many similarities to the hand-tied design but is certainly more structured in its shape, usually a formal round design, making it ideal for traditional nuptials.
The cascading style bouquet is definitely having a moment right now. Whimsical, romantic and full of movement, this design works for every kind of wedding – whether you’re having a traditional day in a manor house or a rustic celebration in a barn, the ‘waterfall’ look adds colour, texture and drama.
Image: Apryl Ann Photography. Design: The Wildflowers. Flowers by: Bows and Arrows
It’s little wonder that these voluminous arrangements are set to be massive throughout 2017.
Also referred to as a ‘ballerina’ bouquet, this elegant style instantly gives a vintage twist.
Image: Julia And You Photography
Arm sheafs first became popular for brides in the early 1900s, reaching their peak in the decadent '20s. The most common blooms for these dramatic bouquets are calla lilies, tulips, roses and ivy.
Arguably the most popular bouquet with brides, this traditional style is just classically beautiful. Elegant and stylish, there are several hand-tied varieties to choose from, ranging from a small posy, a natural or rounded design, or a ‘dome’ style.
Image: Binky Nixon Photography
Wow. An absolute work of art, a composite bouquet is made from hundreds of real flower petals wired together to create one large flower.
Image: Larissa Cleveland Photography. Flowers by: Fleurs de France
Certainly more expensive than the more conventional bouquet, this showstopper is bound to get your guests talking and will look amazing in pictures.
A more unusual style and not seen as often as some of the other designs, here the flowers arc outwards from both sides of the centre of the bouquet to create a balanced ‘crescent moon’ shape. The symmetrical semi-circle of blooms makes up an uber-feminine bouquet that resembles an upside-down letter U.
Image: Cassidy Carson Photography. Flowers by: Kelly Lenard Flowers
Top image: Two Pair Photography