27 Stunning Cascading Bouquets for Every Type of Wedding
Who doesn’t adore the romantic look of a cascading bouquet? Holding an oversized bouquet of lush blooms and ivy is probably one of our top wedding fantasies. Quick pop culture lesson: This flower arrangement was widely popular in the 1980s, thanks to the ever elegant Princess Diana. But now, the waterfall style is back in a fresh way! Pops of color, seasonal berries and succulents are just a few modern options to consider. Here are 27 diverse, Pinterest-worthy bouquets for the ethereal bride-to-be.
4. Bold Buds: You don’t need a slew of flowers to make a statement! This cascade uses a clutch of large blooms, some jasmine vines and other pieces of greenery to create a memorable focal point. (via Bridal Musings)
5. Wild Child: Ah, this is what bohemian dreams are made of! The warm colors and hanging pieces of greenery channel those eclectic 1960s vibes. Would this work as a flower crown? No? Blast. (via The Melideos / Ruffled)
6. One-Plant Wonder: Give us all the succulents! We love decorating our homes with these trendy little guys, so of course we adore the idea of a succulent bouquet. (via Anne Robert Photography / Botanical Brouhaha)
7. Herbal Accents: Ivy, lavender, mignonette, larkspur and rosemary are just some of the ingredients used to create this floral masterpiece. The herbs will also give off a lovely aroma while you glide down the aisle. (via Herbal Weddings)
10. Simple Elegance: Pink jasmine creates a feathery cascade, ideal for showcasing your statement flowers. This undone look would be perfect for any boho bride. (via Sarah Gawler / Sweet Violet Bride)
12. Tons of Texture: Hanging red amaranthus really makes this non-traditional bouquet pop. Those plum and green hues would certainly be Insta-worthy at your autumn wedding. (via First Comes Love / Sweet Pea Floral Design)
13. Woodland Queen: The greenery on this complex bouquet is shockingly gorgeous, especially when mixed with a minimalistic bridal gown. We love the blooms flowing all the way to the ground. (via Lara Hotz / Burnett’s Boards)
14. Tropical Vibes: Hosting a destination wedding on an island in the sun? This vibrant bouquet made of palm leaves will set the tone. Now pass us a piña colada, please. (via Lukas & Suzy VanDyke / Green Wedding Shoes)
16. Bursts of Color: Every flower-lovin’ bride should have blooms to her toes! Garden roses, peonies, dahlias, ranunculus, eucalyptus and more were used to create this work of art. (via Evangeline Lane Photography / Ruffled)
17. Shades of Purple: This elegant bouquet almost looks black and white! But those gorgeous dark buds are actually purple calla lilies mixed with dendrobium orchids. (via Tony Gameiro / The English Wedding Blog)
21. A Pinch of Whimsy: This colorful bouquet was created for a Peter Rabbit-themed bridal shoot. Check out the tempting berries peeking out from among the greenery. (via Al Gawlik Photography / Pink Parasol Designs)
22. Trio of Roses: Juliet garden roses, spray roses and just your good ol’ average rose are all pieces of this blush bouquet. Sage provides greenery and a light herbal scent. (via Michelle Lyerly / Wedding Chicks)
23. Princess Bride: Host a fairytale wedding with an insanely gorgeous flower arrangement like this one. The fern fronds add a verdant lacy edge to the waterfall of greenery. (via Anushé Low / Style Me Pretty)
24. Hanging Ribbons: To add a special touch to your cascade, try tying a long ribbon to the stems of your flowers. This trendy look can also be applied to the bridesmaids’ bouquets, if you want to go matchy-matchy. (via Jose Villa / Style Me Pretty)
26. Peachy Keen: What a perfect palette for a spring or summer wedding. These delicate roses and ebullient dahlias add a touch of romance that can carry across from your bouquet to the boutonnieres and centerpieces. (via The de Jaureguis / Brides)
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