Cascade bouquets are back

The latest trends in flowers includes cascade bouquets, loose bouquets and big blooms

From Paisley Floral Design Studio in Manchester

Flower Cascade
The classic cascade bouquet is making something of a comeback. Though the tight, hand-tied bouquet still reigns, these big bouquets with flowers that are seemingly spilling out of the bride’s hands are gaining ground.

The Natural Look
Even more popular than the full cascade are looser-looking bouquets that, while carefully arranged, still maintain the “natural” look of just-picked wildflowers. Florists are beginning to add non-floral touches such as herbs, eucalyptus greens, succulents and a large variety of seasonal greens to achieve this style.

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