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Cascade Bouquets

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Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

WAIT until you see the beautiful bouquets I have to share with you today. At the risk of sounding like a total kugel, you are going to daaah. Now, you may associate cascade (or waterfall or trailing, whatever you want to call them) bouquets with the ’80s and early ’90s, Princess Diana style. But in fact, they are this year’s hottest flower trend. And if you had any doubts before, the pics in this post will convince you that the new wave of these bouquets are absolutely, beyond, incredible, gorgeous. And so romantic! Most cascade bouquets use a variety of flowers from large to smaller and hanging foliage, creating that pretty trail at the bottom. You can stick with a single type of bloom, but my favourites are those that use a variety, the next step from the loose handtied look that has been so popular and so inspiring this last while. Pinning fingers at the ready! You’re definitely going to want to keep some of these on file ;)

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Cascade Bouquets | SouthBound Bride

Sources (numbered from top to bottom, left to right): 1- Brandi Smyth Photography/Simply Bouquets via Style Me Pretty; 2- Joielala Photographie/Floral Theory via Green Wedding Shoes; 3- Blacktie Project via Mod Wedding; 4-  Emme Wynn Photography via Mod Wedding; 5- Jose Villa/Kelly Oshiro Design via Santa Barbara Chic; 6- Jose Villa via Style Me Pretty; 7- Eric Kelley/Pat’s Floral Designs via Southern Weddings; 8- Caroline + Ben Photography/La Te Da Flowers via Style Me Pretty; 9- Rensche Mari; 10- Ryan Ray via Ruffled; 11- Jose Villa Workshop/Mindy Rice via Style Me Pretty; 12- My Beloved Photography/Bash & Bloom via Style Unveiled; 13- Laura Murray Photography/Blooms Mountain Floral via Wedding Sparrow; 14- Lara Hotz/Affair with George Flowers via Polka Dot Bride; 15- via Martha Stewart Weddings; 16- NK Photography/Natural Art Flowers via Style Me Pretty; 17- Sarah Gawler/LK Lily via Ruffled; 18- AMBphoto/Full Bloom Floral Design via Wedding Chicks; 19- Stephie Photography/Jodi Duncan via Mayesh; 20- Jenna Walcott Photography via Bayside Bride; 21- Danielle Capito Photography/Kristie VanHorn via Style Me Pretty; 22- Paige Jones/Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio via Style Me Pretty; 23- Segerius Bruce/Wild About via Rock My Wedding; 24- Diana Elizabeth Photography/Designs by E via Style Me Pretty; 25- Erin + Tara/Prunella via Style Me Pretty.

 

5 Comments
  1. You’re right- these are absolutely stunning! I had never been a big fan of cascading bouquets before, but since this trend started I’ve seen so many gorgeous displays- including the ones in this post- they’ve definitely won me over!

    September 25, 2013
  2. The bouquets are so pretty!

    September 25, 2013
  3. love all these bouquets! What a fabulous trend!

    September 26, 2013
  4. Cascade bouquets are so elegant and dramatic for the fall. We’re positing about a beautiful apple cascade bouquet in next weeks blog post. Look for it! :)

    http://www.bravobride.com

    September 28, 2013
  5. Lovely bouquets! Some serious wow factor!

    October 4, 2013

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