Long Stem Wedding Bouquet Ideas For Every Type Of Bride

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One of our favorite floral designs to collaborate on with brides is the bouquet. There are so ways to go with what is the most personal element of your wedding flowers. A forecasted wedding trend for 2019 is the long stem bouquet. We’re hesitant to use the word “trend” here, because it suggests that what is “in” now will be “passé” sooner or later. It is our aim to create designs that speak to a bride’s style and personality, something she can look back at years from now and still be happy with. This is what makes the long stem bouquet so wonderful. While it will bring dramatic flair to your big day look (heads will turn, we promise), it complements styles ranging from classic to romantic to modern. Here are fifteen gorgeous long stem wedding bouquet ideas for every type of bride.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via elle.com.au

 

Balance a body skimming lace dress with an airy arrangement of baby’s breath. The delicate textures of the fabric and florals play off each other to stunning effect.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via hellomay.com.au

 

Underscore your classic-meets modern-sensibility with a crisp white rose bouquet tied together with a satin ribbon.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via weddingchicks.com

 

A colorful bundle of wildflowers tied together with a crochet ribbon evokes natural charm. How lovely would this bouquet look at a countryside wedding during golden hour?!

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via marthastewartweddings.com

 

Less is more. The understated beauty of this white delphinium bouquet will never go out of style.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via marthastewartweddings.com

 

Spice things up with surprising elements like berries – they draw the eye in while adding a nice pop of color.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via stylemepretty.com

 

Have your best ladies follow your lead and carry long stems too. We love how these bridesmaids’ monochromatic blooms complement the bride’s pastel hued bouquet.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via stylemepretty.com

 

You can never go wrong with white florals and greenery. And these bridesmaids’ bouquets radiate sophistication with a natural touch.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via modwedding.com

 

Vary the length of your flowers to create a sense of whimsical movement. A loosely tied, cascading crochet ribbon balances out the composition.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via stylemepretty.com

 

Bring striking contrast to your bouquet by pairing rustic accents like berries and thistle with graceful blooms.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via alowcountry.com

 

We’re loving this refined take on the long stem bouquet that wraps the extra greenery at the bottom in a stylish satin ribbon.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via nouba.com.au

 

Incorporate the flower leaves into the design for extra volume. Added bonus: the rich greenery brings out the blooms’ soft romantic hues.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via rockmywedding.co.uk

 

Keep it fresh and minimal with an all greenery bouquet featuring leafy stems of varying length and textures.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via brides.com

 

You probably wouldn’t think of the peony as an ideal floral for this type of bouquet. But look how the long green stems accentuate the flower’s pillowy softness.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via weddingchicks.com

 

If your bouquet’s floral recipe is using a number of different flowers and greenery, stagger the length of their stems. It brings a natural playfulness to the design without looking messy.

 

Long Stem Wedding Bouquet – via theweddingplaybook.com

 

Make white florals feel effortlessly organic by combining them with loose cascading greenery.

Dramatic, romantic, timeless, modern… there is no single way to describe the long stem wedding bouquet. While high on just about every wedding trend list for 2019, it offers versatility and creative styling options that will appeal to brides for years to come.

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