Have you decided on a bouquet shape, yet? Most of us are familiar with the popular bouquet styles like cascade, round, and hand-tied but have you looked into the crescent shape?
Lately, I’ve noticed beautiful crescent bouquets on Pinterest, wedding magazines and blogs. This style is usually fuller in the center, extends outward and has a slight curve that extends downwards (or slightly upwards).
Depending on your preference, this style could be symmetrical (even on both sides) or asymmetrical (one side longer than the other).
The size of a crescent bouquet usually depends on the style of dress and the bride’s height. This shape pairs well with most dress styles, but I must say it pairs amazingly with an A-line gown!
Crescent-shaped bouquets allow the flowers to flow freely and it allows the blooms to stand out on their own in a more natural way.
To create your own crescent-shaped bouquet, stick with greenery with a natural drape like eucalyptus, cascading ivy, or star asparagus. As for flowers, you could use orchids, hanging amaranthus, ranunculus, dahlias and more!
Check out some crescent-shaped bouquet below!
Sources: Anemone and ranunculus bridal bouquet, Marsala with hints of peach bouquet, Fall-inspired bouquet, Monochromatic pink bouquet Bride and groom bouquet shot, White with hints of blush bridal bouquet, and Blush and ivory bouquet.
Loving this bouquet shape? Check out this Romantic Mauve Bridal Bouquet Breakdown on the blog!