You searched until you found a dress that was perfectly you—and your bouquet should be no different. Whether you’re traditional or modern, understated or playful, here’s a whole glossary of styles to help you choose the one you’ll carry down the aisle. Photos by Brett Thomas. Styled by Styled Creative.
HAND-TIED: The beautiful standard. Bouquet of astrantia, green 'Biedermeier' spray roses, anemones, green thistle, fresh mint, wild grasses and an air plant, around $275, created by Sullivan Owen, Philadelphia.
SHEATH: An elegant addition to your walk down the aisle. Sheath (or presentation) bouquet of white magnun and 'Crystal' mini calla lilies wrapped with a dupioni silk band and finished with a vintage medallion, around $225, created by Pure Design, Philadelphia.
NOSEGAY: Petite, dainty, simple. Nosegay of snowberries with a collar of hellebore, wrapped in twine, around $85, created by Nancy Saam, Haverford.
BIEDERMEIER: A little modern, a little different—just like you. Biedermeier bouquet with layers of blue Dutch hydrangea, 'Orion' thistle and 'Sky Waltz' light blue delphinium, around $325 created by Beautiful Blooms, Philadelphia.
CASCADE: This old-fashioned style most definitely does not resemble your grandmother's flowers. Cascade bouquet of individually hand-wired 'Golden Treasure' phalaenopsis orchids, around $650, created by Petah Bashano Event & Floral Design, Broomall.