Often pale, soft colors are a bride's first choice when it comes to her bridal bouquet; however, for brides who dare to be bold, there is nothing prettier than walking down the aisle carrying a bright-colored bouquet. During the Victorian era, couples in love gave each other flowers to express their feelings, and today flowers speak directly to our senses.
From sunny yellow to dusky purple, blooms offer endless possibilities for self-expression. Bright bouquets have the advantage that they emphasize your personality and make your wedding unique.
In order to choose the right color combination for a bouquet, consider your own taste, but also the time of day, the season, and the atmosphere of your location. Since your bouquet is the most photographed floral piece of your wedding, its colors and shape will set the tone for all of your other floral arrangements.
Whether you select a simple monochromatic palette, choose the same flower in a range of colors, or mix and match, your bouquet should contain elements that can incorporate your personality into the design of your wedding day.