14 modern bridal bouquets

In the ever changing world of bridal fashion the bouquet is the master of innovation and transformation. Its unlimited color choises gives it a head start in the running of being the most limit free and creative platform on the wedding scene. 

At the  beginning of this century bouquets were to be controlled, minimalistic and dense. Classic flowers were in favour, and mostly used were roses of all colors but mainly the white ones. I general the bouquet fashion subscribed white or pale coloured flowers neatly put together so nothing was hanging loose and everything was a compact romantic and classic unit.

Today the bouquet fashion has change enormously. We want vast bouquets, with all kinds of flowers and materials. The classic bouquet is out, and the innovative bouquet is in. The perfect bouquet is to be something that has never been seen before or worn by anyone else. Every bride wants to be unique, and they will go head over heels to be different, more creative and more innovative than her fellow brides. This may sound as a terrible competition, but we have been in need of change and courage, and for the industry this brings some freedom and a breath of fresh air.  

Today's bridal bouquet can be everything. It is the creativity, artistic fell and above all personality of it that gives meaning to the design. It is to tell a story about the bride holding it. 

Below we have gathered some unique and very different options on what a  modern and beautiful 2016 bouquet could look like.

Enjoy

 

 

 The veggie bouquet  

The veggie bouquet  

 Classic with a twist  

Classic with a twist  

 Matching bouquet with flower crown

Matching bouquet with flower crown

 Romantic nostalgia  

Romantic nostalgia  

 The untidy one  

The untidy one  

 The rainbow double  

The rainbow double  

 Loving these untraditional green and blueish bouquets  

Loving these untraditional green and blueish bouquets  

 The more is more version  

The more is more version  

 Simply pretty  

Simply pretty  

 This one is all in paper by Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen  

This one is all in paper by Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen  

 A field feel  

A field feel  

 Minimalism  

Minimalism  

 Green and classic  

Green and classic  

 Keep it simple and big  

Keep it simple and big