Cascading bridal bouquets

The cascading bouquet was originally referred to as shower bouquets. Also known as a teardrop bouquet or trail bouquet. These replaced the fashion of posies around the time of 1910. This style became exaggerated by 1920, with much larger bouquets. The Cascading bouquet, which is the most formal and most traditional of bouquets, is designed to spill gracefully over the bride's hands as it flows downward for a sophisticated and stylized look, many flowers can be used in this style. The bouquet is roundish at the top but pointy at the bottom. The traditional shower bouquet is known as the large multi-trail bouquet, subsequently renamed the princess in honour of the late Princess Diana and her impressive bridal bouquet. The modern smaller version is called the teardrop bouquet or trail bouquet.

The cascading bouquet, has been popular in the 1980's as well recent years it's  popularity has increased both in fresh or silk flowers. This cascading bouquet I recently finished for a bride in Australia. Bouquet was made with silk real touch flowers.

Cascading bridal bouquet
This beautiful bridal bouquet is designed with large real to touch gardenias, white and cream roses, white stephanotis with pearl centers, also can be done with gem stones, fern & ivy. This bouquet is arranged in a floral slant bouquet holder.

Cascading bridal bouquet: Measures 12" X 24"

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