As we have already said, today, it is impossible to single out the best wedding bouquets since there are no clear rules and restrictions. But there are still some of the most commonly used types of wedding bouquets in Singapore. We'll tell you about them — and it's up to you to use this information as a guide or, conversely, as a stop-list.
The most common flowers used in wedding bouquets in Singapore are roses, lilies, peonies, hydrangeas, and carnations.
The color range is white or pastel shades. The most popular shade is pink. It is followed by pinkish-beige or yellow bouquets, blue, and lilac.
For those who want to emphasize the luxury of the ceremony, green, blue, or dark purple flowers will be attractive — they make the most expensive wedding bouquet. This composition looks original, extravagant, and certainly luxurious.
In general, the green color is becoming one of the integral components of wedding bouquets. They are increasingly using at least three types of greenery. That gives the overall appearance of the bouquet depth and makes it textured, less artificial. In addition to various leaves, ferns, sprouts, they often began to use multiple decorative berries, including hypericum berries of all kinds of shades, brunia berries, and hanging pepper berries.
As for the popular forms of wedding bouquets, you can also see the tendency towards natural forms. Undoubtedly, bridal bouquets in the form of a ball or hemisphere are still relevant. Their undoubted advantage is their compactness, ease of wearing, and low weight. And the magical lacy foam of hydrangeas collected in a ball looks just fantastic.
At the same time, cascading bouquets and free-form wedding flower bouquets are becoming more and more popular. They are interesting in that they can combine different types of flowers, richly decorate them with foliage, additional accessories in the form of ribbons, beads, braids, etc. Free-form bouquets are exciting. They look as if the bride went out into the garden and collected the flowers she liked in one bouquet. That creates a very natural and lively look, emphasizing fresh flower wedding bouquets in front of you as if you have just plucked them.
One of the main features of free-form bouquets is using many different varieties of flowers. Five, ten, and even more types of flowers, complemented by three to five types of foliages, look luxurious, varied, and expensive. Such a bouquet will undoubtedly make a splash among the guests.
Cascade bouquets or shower bouquets went out of style for a while. But, as the current trend shows, we haven't forgotten them at all. Significantly often today, cascades of white orchids are used — long, crumbly, shining with a satin sheen of petals.
Also, cascading bouquets, where the basis is greenery, especially ivy, have become popular. And among its flowing abundance, bright flower buds are scattered in contrast.