Rwanda : How to choose a wedding bouquet by Color
A bouquet is a small cluster or arrangement of flowers. Some stunning bouquets have been the most vivid of colours and are meant to attract attention of the guests.
On the wedding days, there are hundreds of flowers plastered all over the church and the reception hall but the bouquet held by the bride is always deemed the prettiest and most important.
The flowers just add to the innocence of the bride before she makes that long jump to commitment and the flowers should be given respect!
While looking for the bouquet, choose the colour that matches your wedding palette. Here is how to choose the bouquet by colour as Nicolette Owen, nicolettecamille.com writes.
Hydrangea is one of the few flowers that are actually blue. Here, the muscari casts a blue tone, while the pink open roses (that could pass for peonies) complement the hydrangea’s natural pink and purple tones.
Hyacinth has a distinctive scent so be sure you like the scent before you commit to the bloom. Freesia and Lady’s Mantle round out the arrangement.
Green Roses-Mixing two sizes of the same flower, as seen here with the smaller green roses and large white ones, adds depth to a monobotanic bouquet. Hypericum berries are used (before they turn red) as an eye-catching filler.
Green Lady’s Slipper Orchids-No matter what the variety, an orchid makes a statement. These dramatic blooms are paired with white-and-green parrot tulips, protea, and cestrum, for a modern arrangement.
Yellow Gloriosa Lily-Spray roses, ornithogalum (also known as star-of-Bethlehem), and eucalyptus add a sweet touch to the edgy-looking lily.
Yellow Narcissus-Similar in looks to a daffodil, the tiny spring bulb fits right in with the peppy mix of ranunculus and blupleurum.
It’s advisable and fashionable to hold a flower bouquet that matches your cool wedding palette for a complete look on your memorable day.
If you are planning a wedding, this information will be helpful as it will guide you in knowing what you want before consulting the florist.