Just as there’s no one kind of wedding style, there’s also no one kind of wedding bouquet. From multi-hued and asymmetric to monochrome and perfectly spherical, bouquets can take a variety of forms. But, when done right, they all serve to complement the holder’s wedding day attire and provide a sneak preview for the rest of the day’s decor.
“A bouquet brings life to the entire ensemble,” says floral designer Corinne Sebesta Sisti. “It also sets a mood, and tells people what to expect.”
Meet the Expert
Philadelphia-based Corinne Sebesta Sisti is the founder and lead floral designer of Sebesta Floral + Event Design and the creator of Spark Design Series. With over 20 years of experience in the floral and event design industries, her work has been featured in Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings, The Knot, and more.
Ready to start brainstorming for your big bouquet moment? Read on for Sisti’s breakdown of the most common types of wedding bouquets, along with insight into the best wedding styles to pair them with, and which styles give you the most bang for your buck.