Wedding bouquets is considered an important part of a wedding and it can have many types of styles, colors as well as sizes.
The wedding bouquet is one of the most memorable parts of a wedding ceremony. By tradition, at the end of the wedding festivities, the wedding bouquet is thrown into the assembled crowd of guests. The lucky recipient who catches the bouquet is fated to be the next person to be married. Wedding bouquets are also one of the most important accessories that the bride has to choose before her wedding day. In fact, once the wedding preparations have started, choosing a wedding bouquet is one of the first things to be decided.
Wedding bouquets are made in various styles. In the earlier times, the bouquets were handmade and many communities used herbs or strong smelling flowers along with decorative arrangement to ward off the evil eye. Reaching modernization the bouquets are now artistically done with scented flowers, paper flowers, and lace and embroidery patterns. Petals are used in silks and satins to create allure.
Traditionally, the colors for the wedding bouquet have been white, lavender, or some shade of pink. Today, however, brides can be more daring with their colors. Typically, the bride will choose a color that matches the color of her wedding dress. The wedding bouquet color is one of the most important decisions that the bride will make because it impacts just about every other wedding accessory. The color of the bouquet is the color theme that will be running through the entire wedding. But, once the color has been decided, most other factors should fall easily in line.