Post # 1
Are you getting (or did you have) a round, cascade, nosegay, composite, handtied or other bouquet?
I THINK I am leaning towards the round or handtied styles…in creamy whites.
What about you?
I found this pic in an older issue of The Knot magazine and I can remove it if I need to 🙂
Post # 3
I agree with you! I’m thinking round!! I really like the look of the stems tied with ribbon and the pearls down the side.
Post # 4
Mine will be handtied calla lillies. If I had got roses I would have gown with the round shape.. alot of my friends have used cascading bouquets but they just dont appeal to me
Post # 5
Mine would probably fall in the hand-tied category.
Post # 6
The knot missed one: tear-drop.
Which is what mine turned out to be. I was going for cascading, but it didn’t work out too well 🙁
It actually looks REALLY good with my dress, too! 🙂 My Fiance said a cascading bouquet would detract from the dress too much, so maybe my tear-drop is for the best.
Post # 8
Can somebody explain the difference between nosegay and round? Is it that nosegay only has roses and round has other flowers as well? And what about handtied?
Post # 9
It will be round/hand tied. I bought some crystal bouquet jewelry and crystal pins to bling it up some. I want it to be round-ish…just not with the perfection of the nosegay style.
Post # 10
Mine will be a hand-tied/round sort of combo. We are going for round, but with all the different textures of flowers, it won’t be totally round. All in shades of white.
Post # 11
I went with hantied. I had just all calla lilly’s so it even though it was round too, it was a little less symetrical
@shaunna: nosegay is a smaller bouquet. We got them for our mothers in lieu of corsages. Here’s the pic of one of them. FYI if you’re debating about this for your mom’s it was a huge hit. My mother wore corsages for both of my siblings weddings and thought this was much nicer as it didn’t impede her eating (wrist) and didn’t stab her when she danced (chest) plus she was able to have hers dried too.
Post # 12
@shaunna: I THINK…nosegay is sculpted into a really tight perfect ball and Round is little looser? I THINK the handtied doesn’t have a long wrap…and just has a casual loose ribbon?
I should ask my friend who is a florist! LOL
Post # 13
Mine will be hand tied. I don’t really like the look of the tight perfect balls, and hand tied fits the feel of our wedding better.
Post # 14
Mine will also be hand tied – I love the freshly cut from the garden look
Post # 15
Call me a freak but I don’t like seeing stems on photos so I’m going with a monster cascade similar to my grandmothers. I hope my arm doesn’t break.
Post # 16
Mine is round with pink roses and pink orchids. 🙂