The Vineyard Bride Guide | Style Review: Bouquets

A few months back we introduced a new series to the blog called The Vineyard Bride Guide, a series that showcases the various components a couple will encounter during their wedding planning process, arming readers with the tools, tips + tricks to ease the stress of maneuvering these details and make the planning journey a joyful one.

Today we’re excited to share the first Style Review within our series, as we focus on one of the loveliest bridal details of the day; the bouquet! With endless inspiration at the fingertips of bride’s planning their big day, we wanted to breakdown some of the styles/trends we see most in our features here on Vineyard Bride. Be sure to let us know what resonates most with you.


A Pop of Colour

Not for the faint of heart, a pop of colour is a surefire way to command even more attention as a bride on your wedding day — as if that’s even possible! We love the way a multi-toned bouquet can create dimension and texture, without having to create a wild shape or use out-of-the-box varieties of blooms. If pulling colour into your bouquet feels like the right choice for you, be sure to incorporate the colours within the palette of your bouquet throughout other areas of the day to ensure all your details feel relatable and intentional.

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Bohemian at Heart

Looking for something unique? Something off the beaten path? Something you feel represents your wild + free heart? A bohemian-inspired bouquet is a guaranteed way to create a statement piece for your bridal look and wedding day. Almost always a combination of unique blooms, textures, colour and shape, anything goes with this style of bouquet, and we simply can’t get enough.

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The Blushing Bride

Ask any floral designer what the longest and strongest trend in bridal bouquets has been over the last five years and you’re sure to get the same response time and time again: ivory + blush. Somewhere along the line this became the go-to choice for many a bride, and as much as we love to see colour infused into a wedding day, there is definitely something supremely bridal to be said about the loveliness of a blush bouquet.

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All the Greens

Somewhere between the boho bride and the classic bride lies the gal who wants to create a defined look without going too far on either side of the spectrum. Going greenery heavy with a few select statement blooms can end up giving you that whimsical look with a neutral nod.

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Classically Rounded + Mounded

Since the dawn of time the mounded “ball” shape of a bouquet has captured the heart of brides. It’s that perfectly round shape with soft blooms and typically a simple colour palette that lets the rest of the bridal look shine, that draws you in to this particular style, and when executed perfectly, it really can stand the test of time.

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Image Credits:

A Pop of Colour: Florals: Threads and Blooms | Photography: Jessica Imrie Photography | Planning + Styling: Confetti and Co

Bohemian at Heart: Florals: Lush Florals | Photography: Kayla Rocca | Planning + Styling: Vivian Little Events

The Blushing Bride: Florals: Bloom and Co | Photography: Tamara Lockwood Photography

All the Greens: Florals: Mint and Magnolia | Photography: Andrew Mark Photography | Planning: Vivian Lyttle Events

Classically Rounded + Mounded: Florals: Wine Country Florals | Photography: Brandon Scott Photography