In a wedding flower arrangements are used in many different ways including the bride’s bouquet, the bouquets for the bridesmaids, decorations on banisters and of course they are used for centerpieces on the tables.
If you want some wedding flower arrangements then you will probably be seeing a florists. He can give you ideas on what types of arrangements you will want, but he will have thousands of arrangements you can choose from, so it is best to go in with some basics. So let me teach you the basic arrangements.
Nosegay: This is a little cluster of flowers, usually round, with greenery and ribbon added to it.
Teardrop: This arrangement gives off a delicate feeling using flowers with large blooms combined with elegant foliage.
Round: This arrangement bunches the flowers together in a round form, normally it is tight but can sometimes be done loosely.
Heart: This is a very popular arrangement for Valentine’s Day but goes very well as a wedding flower arrangements as well. It symbolizes all that is love and romance, and just as the name suggests it is a bouquet that is shaped like a heart.
Single Stem: This is not exactly an arrangement, since it normally features one flower whose stem is wrapped elaborately. This would not normally be used for weddings but as couples are becoming more daring with their centerpieces you could do this flower and then add some candles or other décor around it.
Biedermeier: This bouquet was brought from Europe and it uses many different blossoms of different colors arranged in a circular design.
Basket: This one is pretty obvious based on it’s name; it is a flower arrangement done in a basket. This is normally used by the flower girl or sometimes for a more casual reception placed as centerpieces.
There are a lot more of other different wedding flower arrangements but this should give you a good basis to start a productive conversation with your florist.