How to Choose Your Wedding Gerb

A bridal bouquet to keep, not toss

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You can call it an accessory, a tiny detail, a dress supplement, or anything else that you want, but bridal bouquets make all wedding dresses appear even more beautiful than they already are. Your gerb is your cherry on top. 

Photo by: Ehab Zakaria

 

1- The dress comes first:

Though the bouquet is a key bridal detail, it comes after the dress. Your wedding dress style and design control your choice of gerb. For example: You shouldn’t go for a massive, glitzy gerb if your dress is already long and puffy. Think of all the colors, styles, and size choices. Think of how many types of flowers are out there and start deciding the kind of gerb you want to go for. 

Dress from: Blush Couture

2- Your wedding style:

What is the theme of your wedding? Have you worked out your color palette? What are the kinds of flowers or roses that are used to decorate the wedding? Will your bridesmaids be holding flowers as well? What type and in what colors? When will your wedding be? What kinds of flowers grow during that particular season? And what kinds of flowers does your country grow anyways? These are the most important questions that you must answer before anything because your answers regarding directly affect your gerb choices and might narrow down your options to certain types, sizes, colors, or shapes. 

 

Flowers from: May Flowers

3- Learn their language:

Flowers speak their own language. Each kind sends a certain message and each scent has its own special effect and nuance. Before settling on a kind, you need to learn how to speak that language first. Read about the different types of flowers and what they symbolize. Look up the ones that are regularly used in your country. 

4- Check out:

1 - The latest floral trends in the market. Is there anything new that you find intriguing? And, the latest flower decorating methods from your wedding planner. 

2 - The list of florists and vendors that we’ve collected just you! Go to this Link

Bouquet from: Keni Flower

 

5- Don’t forget to:

1- Make sure that the gerb doesn’t weigh a ton, that it’s light, and doesn’t irritate you.

2- Take a lot of photos on your wedding day holding the bridal bouquet in the sunlight and also, during the night.

3- Keep the bouquet fresh looking. Do your online research, get familiar with the flower business, and finally, let your besties help! They’ll give you solid advice. 

 

You can call it an accessory, a tiny detail, a dress supplement, or anything else that you want, but bridal bouquets make all wedding dresses appear even more beautiful than they already are. Your gerb is your cherry on top. 

Photo by: Ehab Zakaria

 

1- The dress comes first:

Though the bouquet is a key bridal detail, it comes after the dress. Your wedding dress style and design control your choice of gerb. For example: You shouldn’t go for a massive, glitzy gerb if your dress is already long and puffy. Think of all the colors, styles, and size choices. Think of how many types of flowers are out there and start deciding the kind of gerb you want to go for. 

Dress from: Blush Couture

2- Your wedding style:

What is the theme of your wedding? Have you worked out your color palette? What are the kinds of flowers or roses that are used to decorate the wedding? Will your bridesmaids be holding flowers as well? What type and in what colors? When will your wedding be? What kinds of flowers grow during that particular season? And what kinds of flowers does your country grow anyways? These are the most important questions that you must answer before anything because your answers regarding directly affect your gerb choices and might narrow down your options to certain types, sizes, colors, or shapes.