How do you Incorporate Local Blooms into your Destination Wedding Bouquet?

A bridal bouquet is an essential component of every wedding. It serves as one of the aspects that individuals pay close consideration to since it is most likely the crucial stylistic piece and decoration for any bride and bridal party members. 

What better approach to incorporate a bit of earthy splendor into your destination wedding bouquet than to use the day of your marriage as a canvas ready to be decorated with vivid hues of devotion? Flowers are essential in creating the mood of the soiree, from charming bouquets to exquisite venue décor. 

In this article, we will exhibit the best ways to incorporate local blooms into your destination wedding bouquet, irrespective of whether it's summer, spring, or autumn you have chosen to get married to the love of your life. Go through the 3 steps below to create the best bouquet of your dreams!

Tropical Wedding Bouquet - Christopher Plaza - The Bride Candy
Christopher Plaza – The Bride Candy
Fall wedding bouquet with tropical vibes - Sunshower Photography
Sunshower Photography
  1. Opt for your bouquet elements

Selecting the color scheme you'll be implementing is the first step. Although white and cream flowers are typically used in bridal bouquets, you are allowed to use whatever hue you desire. After you've decided, you can proceed to select your flowers. You will require some secondary blooms in addition to your powerful prime blossoms. Some great options for the central flowers are peonies, roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, calla lilies, magnolias, and many more. 

Select one to three flowers of your preference, but remember that they will support the entire bouquet; thus, selecting flowers with sturdy stems is recommended. If you're into destination wedding, after planning a 3 day wedding cruise, remember to consider timing. Out-of-season flowers that bloom only sometimes throughout the year may be more challenging to locate and come at a higher price tag.

Bronze Copper Bridal Bouquet for autumn wedding - Photography: Laurken Kendall
Photography: Laurken Kendall | Florist: Good Seed Floral
Neutral fall wedding colors Fall bridal bouquet with pampas grass -Photographer: Tida Svy
Photographer: Tida Svy | Florist: Fleurish
  1. Continue adding flowers along with filler flowers

Twist the bouquet rightward by half a turn after each flower addition to prepare it for the subsequent flower, which should be inserted diagonally and oriented to the left as previously. After finishing most of your bouquet, you can add decorative flowers between your blooms. Typically, the bouquet appears less artificial because of these smaller, greener blooms. One important tip for your bouquet to remain proportional and organized is to ensure that all decorative flowers are inserted at an equivalent angle!

Modern white wedding bouquet - Photography: Brooke Images
Photography: Brooke Images
Boho white wedding bouquet with pink ribbons- Foolishly Rushing In Photography
Foolishly Rushing In Photography
  1. Cut and wrap the stems, along with a ribbon

Ensure sufficient space to hold the bouquet properly if you or the bride-to-be plan to carry it for an extended time. Given that the bride may be taking the bouquet for an extended period, it is advised that you estimate two hands' lengths from the string and allow an extra three centimeters for flexibility. 

In order to cover the stem from top to bottom, this is where the flowery tape steps in. This allows the flowers to be tightly anchored until the big event occurs. Lastly, add the ribbon, as it's one of the best ways to ensure all the incorporated local blooms look magnificent. 

Boho wedding bouquet -  Isabella Rodríguez Photography
Isabella Rodríguez Photography

On your wedding day, exquisite bouquets tell a tale of luxury, splendor, and affection. Therefore, these are the leading ways to add local blooms to your destination wedding bouquet.