Whether it’s a princess or the girl next door, everybride wants to express her unique personal style in everything she does, fromthe dress to the hair, especially the bridal bouquet. So, here’s a look at thefamous brides whose bridal bouquets continue to capture the imagination ofbrides year after year.
Audrey Hepburn Flower Crown
Audrey Hepburn didn’t actually carry a bouquet in herwedding to Mel Ferrer in 1954. However, her white rosebud crown on pixie cut hairand a tea length dress has secured her place among iconic brides throughouthistory.
The 1953 wedding of Jacqueline and John Kennedy was noless than a royal wedding. Jackie looked stunning as she carried a huge whiteand greenery bouquet with an ivory silk portrait-neckline gown by designer AnnLowe.
‘Princess of the People’ Diana carried a show-stoppingbouquet of white gardenias, orchids, freesias and lily of the valley measuringan epic 42-inches. It was the perfect bridal bouquet for a princess who wore abreathtaking gown with a 25-foot train and 153-yard tulle veil.
The world watched as Kate Middleton married PrinceWilliam in 2011. The would-be Duchess of Cambridge wore a gown by Sarah Burtonand carried a petite bouquet of white lily of the valley, sweet William,hyacinth, ivy, and myrtle.
Talking of princesses, who can forget Meghan Markle whosilenced critics as she glided into St. George’s Chapel with poise and grace inher Givenchy gown and a traditional posy of forget-me-nots, sweet peas, lily ofthe valley, Astilbe, jasmine, and astrantia with sprigs of myrtle.
Not a princess but the younger sister of the Duchess,Pippa Middleton took everyone’s breath away when she wore a Giles Deacon lacegown and carried a petite teardrop bouquet of white peonies, sweet pea,freesia, and wax flower with touches of pink Astilbe and green thlaspi.If you are looking for thebest bridal bouquets, bridesmaids’ bouquets and wedding flowers in St. Paul or Twin Cities, MN, check out EuropeanFloral or call 651-717-5689.