Glossary Term:Cascade Bouquet

A bouquet style in which the flowers cascade downward from the bride.

A bouquet style in which the flowers cascade downward from the bride (think the late Princess Diana’s bridal bouquet) is a cascade bouqet.

Traditionally, this type of bouquet is large in size and can be quite heavy.

Read on to discover the history of the cascade bouquet and how to make it work for today’s wedding.

Cascade Comeback

http://bellefioriflorist.com/cascade-comeback/It appears that the cascade bouquet is actually a modern version of what was once called a “shower bouquet” from 1910, which then reached its peak during the 20’s and 30’s.

Princess Diana brought this floral style back to popularity for a short stint in the 1980’s after nearly 5 decades of dormancy. Read more…

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