The bridal bouquet pictures we brought for today will surely inspire many of our lovely readers! These are amazing creations designed for different outdoors weddings. The ideal style sought by the modern bride is, paradoxical, vintage! The old-fashion look is perhaps the trendiest right now and it is also one of our favorites. When combine with the natural and chic styles, the vintage approach takes even a more beautiful turn.
You should try it too if you’re thinking of having an outdoors wedding. These charming wedding bouquets were created for bohemian brides who want something light, sweet and chic for their ceremony. The secret is however based on the colors used for these floral arrangements. In big trend today are the pastel nuances. Many designers – from all wedding fields – recommend the soft and warm shades available in spring for the nonchalant bride. There is something very dainty, fresh and stylish about these colors that can fit perfectly well the contemporary commodious bride who wants to enjoy a more realistic wedding in the middle of the nature.
You can go eco-friendly and use a lot of your favorite DIY elements or you can go wilder and focus on more rustic and forest-inspired elements of décor. The glamorous style is also achievable when it comes to alfresco weddings. You just need to focus on more glittery details and perhaps even call for a dyeing recipe. You can paint different blooms or decorative items (like pine cones) in gold, bronze, silver or in other metallic hues! We’ve seen many brides doing it and we think that the sensational effects is worth all the effort.
The pastel palettes that can be explored during spring and summer are truly enchanting. You should keep in mind that the soft hues are used for both flowers and outfits. If you aren’t ready yet to opt for a colorful wedding dress you can at least choose pastel colored outfits for your bridesmaids. They will love your choice, especially if the dresses are fluid and easy to wear to another event in the future.
The pink, purple, blue and green palettes are the richest ones when it comes to derived hues. You can go for a mismatched style and choose different shades from the pink and purple color-schemes, like: blush, salmon pink, lavender, violet, coral, peach, ruby rose or mauve. As for the blue palette, anything like teal, turquoise, aqua, powder blue and baby blue can fit. Inside the green palette you can find amazing shades of lime green, sage, meadow green and mint. The buttery yellows, the grays, the nudes and sands are other charming selections in this sense. However, not all these colors can be found in real life for flowers.