As if finding the perfect dress isn’t hard enough- we’ve found the same for selecting the ultimate bouquet. There’s good reason to contemplate your bridal gown, your nails and your personal floral arrangement. The reason? You want to be sure your Bouquet Shape brings out the very best parts of your big day look. So we’ve done some research to discover which arrangement type best suits your very own bridal gown so you want walk down the aisle like a boss.
Best Bouquet Shape for Your Wedding Dress Silhouette
A-Line: Classic and Round
A wedding dress silhouette as traditional as the A-line calls for a clean and classic bouquet that’s preferably round. The reason? The clean lines and beautiful timeless design of the dress should define the bride, not the bouquet.
Mermaid or Trumpet: Large and Asymmetrical
With a fit-and-flare wedding dress, the most exquisite details tend to be all in the shape and fit of this dress, accentuating that—and offsetting the flare—is always a good idea. To do so, you’ll want to consider a large, asymmetrical, and cascading bouquet that draws the eye downward, towards the dynamic lines of the dress.
Ball Gown: Lush and Oversized
A beautiful way to complement the larger scale of the ball gown is to use a slightly larger bouquet with a slight cascade.
Sheath: Wild and Whimsical
A bride who chooses a sheath wedding dress is sexy, confident, elegant, and striking. So we recommend an arrangement that hits all of those personality traits. Try a more colorful bouquet with a unique shape and add in some trailing vine or jasmine for a vibrant shape to complete it.
Drop waist: Adaptable
The waistline of this dress is its focal point! We recommend doing something a bit different that isn’t held directly in front of her. Keep in mind even adding a hoop bouquet is a solid alternative.
Mini: Petite and Delicate
Consider a petite and delicate arrangement that doesn’t overpower a shorter hemline. if you plan on doing a mini dress on the big day we recommend a small, fun, and playful option like this one.
Tea Length: Small and Fresh
Pairing tea-length wedding dresses (known for their sweet hemline, which falls just above the ankle) with a small bouquet is simply sweet. So don’t be afraid to keep it simple and do a hand tied shaped.
Pantsuit or Jumpsuit: Tropical and Modern
An edgy, structural, and tropical bouquet is the ultimate match for contemporary anything but especially for a pantsuit or jumpsuit! This bouquet should be modern and unique.