1. Cascade Bouquet
The cascade bouquet is a very traditional and stylish form of bouquet. It also known as the Waterfall bouquet and often made up using a combination of leaves, roses and orchids, there is an exact cascading of flowers down from the arrangement. This style of bouquet can be particularly large, but the smaller modern versions are often known as teardrop or trail bouquets. The cascade bouquet makes a strong style statement, if use this so should make sure to keep her gown and other accessories simple.
The Cascade bouquets are eccentric for very high-end, elegant weddings, as well as more inexpensive garden weddings that have a lovely range of blooms. Sri Lanka’s Kandiyan bride specially uses this type of flower bouquets due to traditional as well as prefect uniqueness can offer this type of flower bouquet.
2. Posy Bouquet
Posy bridal bouquet is another most popular wedding bouquet to Sri Lanka’s wedding. The Posy bouquets usually made with flower and little to no use greenery. Flowers like roses, carnation, lily and gerbera daisies create beautiful posy bouquets. Arranged in an attractive circular fashion with a domed shape and tied with a ribbon, it’s beautiful and effective.
3. Hand-tied bouquet
In this type bridal bouquets same as the posy bouquets but this is made with a bunch of flowers with stems grouped together in an unstructured way and tied; usually with a ribbon. This is a very popular choice for brides today, as well as one of the easier styles to create for a DIY bride.
4. Biedermeier Bouquet
Biedermeier bouquets are round and consist of a tight bunch of uniformly cut flowers wrapped by fabric or wire. This formal bridal bouquet is made up of a dense cluster of blooms, with each ring consisting of a single flower type or color. Dramatic versions can boast over four layers of different flowers, often featuring gerberas, carnation, golden drop, lily and pink and red roses.