Up to this moment we have presented you two types of bouquets and various examples for each of them. Today we shall continue with the presentation of some interesting looking bouquets that are simple due to the fact that they are made with only one species of flowers and they are not arranged in any special way.
The most important thing that you need to know about these bouquets is that they can be used both for a fancy ceremony and for a humble one. Their beauty can be easily matched with either a simple or a really fancy wedding dress.
The first model of minimalist wedding bouquet is composed only with white tulips. It looks really great and the buds go really well with the fresh green of the strains and leaves. This beautiful floral accessory is tied up with a black and white ribbon and maybe with some leaves, too, for a more natural effect.
You could also have a minimalist bouquet made of roses. Or you can go for pinkish roses left with medium sized strains. Wrap around this bouquet a black satin ribbon.
The next model is made of white and pink hawthorn flowers. The flower buds have different sizes and you can see various dimensions of the flowers in this great looking bouquet. It is simple and you can match it with any type of wedding dress. The detail of the leaves taking the role of ribbon is again present making the bouquet gain a more vivid note.
We end with this nice looking bouquet, which is made entirely of tulips. The bouquet is tied up with green leaves and it is fixed with nice and subtle pins that have some pearls on the side.
So, putting things in a rather simplistic manner we can say that the Biedermeier bouquet is perfectly adequate for brides, the spherical one is suitable for the maids of honor and the minimalist one can be used by all the ladies attending the wedding.
Depending on the type of flower used, the bride could also have a spherical bouquet, but to make it more appropriate you need to make sure it is adorned in such a way as to have a precious look.
So, it is up to you to decide upon one of these three models; we have only tried to help get a more general idea about this accessory that cannot lack.
Today, we shall continue with a few model examples of minimalist wedding bouquets, as we believe that the ones presented in the previous article was not enough to help you make a decision. Therefore, we will continue to cover some more.
The first example refers to a simple bouquet composed of colorful callas that come in warm shades. You can fine shades from green to orange or purple black in a single calla flower. Collect many of these flowers into a nice looking bouquet and wrap a satin purple ribbon around it in such a manner as to create a matte handle for this accessory.
Another simple bouquet that caught our eye is composed of many orange roses and here and there you can choose to add some small flowers. These roses are raised in a beautiful manner and you can detect every single petal of the bud. Also, you can wrap a nice looking ribbon around it, maybe in a cream nuance, which is shiny and really great looking around all the flowers’ strains.
The following example is very colored. It is composed of nice looking orchids in a yellow-green tine and some dots of purple color in the center of the bud. Wrap around this bouquet a shiny rope as to create a marvelous effect. This rope can be in a similar color to the flower buds.
Another fine model consists of a wedding bouquet composed of pink tulips. Around these tulips there can be some fresh green leaves. You can go for any kind of leaves as long as their color is an intense green. It is also a must to wrap and tie this bouquet with a purple ribbon that can be fixed there with the help of some pearl pins.
We do have four other examples left but we would like to leave them for the next article. However, we do have one last opinion to share. We believe that the minimalist bouquets and the Biedermeier are the most appropriate for a bride to use. We are looking forward to receive your feedback or maybe you could share with us the story of your wedding bouquet.