White is a symbol of purity, innocence, completeness and wholeness. These are the essence of being a bride. Go pristine white all the way on your wedding day. To make everything look extra lovelier, start off with your bridal bouquet. Have a white cascading waterfall bridal bouquet that everyone will adore. Pick up inspiration from these flower types which will pin the waterfall style.
Orchids exude elegant per se, but just imagine how this elegance will be doubled all the more when they are arranged on a cascade. All you’ll need is floral tapes, wires and a creative eye to create a lovely orchid waterfall bouquet. You can ask somebody to do that for you since it has to be neat, fresh and grand.
Roses are common blooms, but to give them a breath of new bridal bravura, use them in cascading bouquets. You’ll just need a few roses of different sizes and other floral and leaf accents, depending on your wedding theme color. You can add spike flowers or a branch of colored leaves. You can also choose long-stemmed pastel-colored blooms for some accent.
Another great cascade bouquet style is having a bunch of flowers bundled on top with copious tiny flowers dangling down from the main bouquet. Cream and blush peonies are ideal to be used for the top bouquets and for the dangling ones, you can use any white varieties of tiny flowers. You can use the floral tape and wire technique for the latter to achieve a perfect waterfall floral impression.
When flower form and color fusion are the basis, Calla Lillies would be the best the other blooms. It’s fairly easy to make a cascading waterfall bouquet out of Calla Lillies since they have long, graceful and bending stalks of green. To make the bouquet, you just need to cut several lilies in different lengths and bundle them together in a willowy arrangement. Raw and supple, simply perfect for rustic and vintage weddings.
Flowers are made up of different forms, which makes them candidates for flower combo cascading bouquets. Just make sure that the two or three or four varieties of flowers will complement each other in terms of their color, form, length and size. Also, stick to the wedding theme in picking out those flowers.