How to choose the bouquet
After choosing the dress you can now choose the bouquet. The connection between the two is irrefutable.
Protocol says that the bouquet should follow the line of the dress, first with the volume appropriate to the figure and next with the style. A classic princess dress with a flowing skirt should have more classic flowers such as roses, peonies, hydrangeas…, in soft and delicate colors that harmonize the ensemble.
On the other hand, a dress with straight lines and rich in details will allow for a more elaborate bouquet, in which its harmony and elegance stand out in bouquets with more greenery. The more bohemian, laid-back style looks for more organic, natural bouquets with unstructured shapes. They can also be made up with colorful ribbons, pretty fabrics or rustic threads that will be the perfect finishing touch to the bouquet. If the professional who handles the bouquet is the same as the one who handles all the floral art for the big day, he or she will certainly keep in mind a thread running through the entire floral design of the ceremony. However, if in your case you choose to have more than one supplier in this area, you should have a common thread, such as a color, so that they can help in the elaboration of the bouquet. To start with choosing your bouquet, you should prepare a folder with photos that inspire you of bouquets you find on the net. This folder will be of great importance for you to show your floral designer, so that she understands your personal tastes, however it is essential that you keep an open mind to other options, because the final amount for the bouquet may not allow for the elaboration of a project as you had envisioned.
Explain your idea well, but listen and consider the explanation of the professional in the area, considering the seasonal flowers and national production to have the same quality of service for a lower price. One of the factors you should also take into account is the weight of the bouquet. Don’t forget that you’ll be spending much of the time with the bouquet in your hand. That’s why the lighter and more handling-resistant the bouquet is, the more comfortable and photogenic it will become. Don’t forget to keep in mind that the disparity in values often has to do with the quality of the final delivery. The final figure adds up the cost of flowers, greens, ribbon quality, finishing, and creative talent.