The iconic bridal bouquet first appeared in weddings in Ancient Greece. A young bride would carry flower to symbolize her fertility and signal a new start for her and her partner. From there, countless brides have taken stunning arrangements of flowers with them down the aisle ever since. It’s even a little hard to imagine a wedding with an empty-handed bride, isn’t it?
Nowadays, the bridal bouquet is regarded as an important styling detail at weddings all over the world. The ideal bouquet should sum up your personality together with the wedding theme. It also has to go perfectly with the wedding gown you painstakingly searched for. Oh, and it’ll most likely be the basis for your bridesmaids’ accessories.
You can’t settle for just any kind of flower for your bridal bouquet!
Wondering what flowers you should start with? Or do you have a flower in mind, but have no idea what other blooms will go with it? This infographic has all the answers you need.
Here’s a list of 20 popular bridal bouquet flowers for you to choose from, together with a surprising entry that isn’t exactly a flower itself. You can also read up on a few tips to get the best bridal bouquet.