If you are operating under a tight wedding budget, you may be thinking that there is no way you’ll be able to afford a stunning bridal bouquet. If you are concerned about what your bouquet is going to look like, don’t’ be. You see, the real cost of a bridal bouquet is tied directly to the labor costs associated with creating it. But – and this is key – the kinds of flowers you choose, along with the size and particular style of your wedding bouquet have a lot to do with the overall cost as well.Learn about how to keep your wedding flower budget under control.
Here are the top 7 you’ll likely want to choose from:
This is a type of nosegay that is made up of concentric circles of several different types of flowers. The circles give the bouquet somewhat of a striped or bull’s-eye look. Because of the kinds of flowers used in this bridal bouquet, it tends to be a bit more expensive.
This type of bridal bouquet looks like a waterfall of flowers and greenery. The flowers in this type of bouquet can be varied or all the same type. This style works best with more formal gowns and brides that are on the taller side. Labor costs with this type of bouquet make this a more expensive choice.
This type of bridal bouquet employs a technique in which flowers or their petals are wired together on a single stem. this creates the look that it’s one large blossom. Pricing depends on the number of flowers chosen as it will impact the labor cost.
4. Hand Tied
This bridal bouquet has a bunch of flowers tied or wired together, or even anchored in a holder of some type. This style is usually the most inexpensive.
This consists of a cluster of blooms which are all of the same length. They are gathered to form a round bouquet and are normally bound with ribbon or lace. This style tends to be on the less expensive side, but can make a great bridal bouquet.
This is simply a ball covered with blossoms and is carried by a ribbon. This type of bouquet is normally carried by child attendants. They can cost anywhere between $25 and $75.7.
This bouquet is simply a small nosegay. Posies are generally quite inexpensive because they don’t require as many flowers as some of the other bouquets.Keep in mind that it’s not “mandatory” that you carry a bridal bouquet.
It’s simply a matter of personal preference. I hope that with the information provided in this article, you don’t go without one simply because you feel a bridal bouquet is out of your price range. As you can see, you’ve got plenty of choices when it comes to having a truly stunning bridal bouquet without breaking your wedding flower budget.