Beaches and coasts are amazing places to tie the knot, the romantic nature around serves a perfect backdrop for any kind of ceremony and no decor is needed, plus amazing shots are guaranteed. If you’ve chosen a coast to get married, we strongly recommend to add slight coastal touches here and there to create an ambience. Add them everywhere from your decor to attire even, and bouquets are no exception. Today I’m going to share some beautiful coastal bridal bouquets, I’m sure you’ll find something pretty here and maybe get inspired to create a perfect bouquet for your wedding.
Cascading Coastal Wedding Bouquets
A cascading bouquet means eye-catchiness and interest, all the eyes will be on you! Though you may say that such bouquets are in trend, they are popular, especially for caostal and tropical weddings. Consider the colors and style of your wedding and choose the blooms accordingly. Many coastal brides prefer something ethereal and refreshing like sea water – blues and neutrals and much textural greenery that will cascade and contrast the blooms. Pale eucalyptus, air plants and succulents will remind of the sea blues and greys and herbs will remind of the sea grass, add them in any proportions you like or even go for a no bloom look. Many coastal brides love pastels, and if you are one of them, go blush, light blues, greys or maybe light yellow and pink shades for a warm touch. Love bold colors? Go blues and purples, they are truly coastal-like!
Coastal Wedding Bouquets
There’s a ton of ideas to rock for a not cascading wedding bouquet, too. Go neutrals and rock much greenery for a texture, add cool matching ribbons – this is the most popular and timeless idea that works for most bridal styles. Try a one flower bouquet or add some greenery to it, too. Various flowers, kinds of leaves, greenery, foliage and herbs that remind of the coast, are welcome! Don’t be afraid to rock various herbs and leaves and succulents of various kinds, they will add more interest to the bouquet. You may also try a no flower wedding bouquet fully made of herbs, greenery and succulents or air plants as no bloom looks are in trend. I strongly recommend to go for king proteas, which look rather coastal-inspired, and maybe for pampas grass, which is very trendy. Whether it’s gonna be a small, medium or even oversized bouquet – it’s up to you! Get inspired!