Choose Arm sheaf wedding bouquets for Your Wedding
Not all the brides are attracted to the traditional style of wedding bouquets such as round wedding bouquets, cascading wedding bouquets or as crescent wedding bouquets. Contemporary brides planning a modern wedding can pick from many simplistic types of wedding bouquets, in order to fit a more relaxed and informal event.
Each type of bride, according to their body shape, figure and personal style can find a matching wedding bouquet shape that can emphasize their individuality and the natural beauty. For example, if you are one of those practical brides who also wishes for a more creative, chic, playful and cheerful unsophisticated wedding, you can opt for a sexy dainty kissing ball wedding bouquet.
The round cluster or nosegay wedding bouquet is a small unique choice for almost any type of bride, especially for petite ones. Taller brides should go instead with a hand tied wedding bouquet and not with a cluster type. The arm sheaf wedding bouquet is a quite new type of bouquet that firstly appeared under the name of “the presentation bouquet style” in 1900.
Back then it was also recalled as the Bernhardt bouquet – the name of the most popular actress of that time who used to carry the bouquets that she received at the end of the shows in this style. The main thing that defines an arm sheaf wedding bouquet is the length of the stems and the way the gather to cradle in the arm of the bride. This is the only style of bouquet that keeps the stems of the flowers in such a long shape.
Effectively the flowers are long stem cut and simply tied as a presentation bouquet that must be carried on the arm. The arm wedding bouquet represents one of the most innovative and recent styles that modern brides are looking forward to consider for their wedding.
Those of you who are sick and tired of the same old fashion traditional wedding bouquets can try this simple and unsophisticated style that has a special elegance, refinement and splendor in the way it behaves. Among the most popular types of long stemmed traditional or contemporary wedding flowers incorporated in this type of bouquet are: roses, freesias, gladiolas, peonies, sunflowers, gerbera daises, irises, orchids, delphiniums, chrysanthemums, larkspurs or calla lilies.
Arm calla lily wedding bouquets are the most popular ones among brides who are considering this style. The most suitable wedding context for this type of bouquet is the formal or the semi-formal wedding. The stems can be all wrapped with a coordinated ribbon for a more unique, spectacular and rich look, or the bouquet can be simply tied with the ribbon showing the stems in their whole majesty. Any bride carrying an arm wedding bouquet should feel happy, important, special, lucky, proud, and like a winner, such as the style of the bouquet expresses.