Vintage

Some brides turn to the past instead of modeling their wedding styles on the most recent trends from social media, magazines, or friends and family. If you'd rather draw inspiration from history, our artisan floral designers at The Bouqs Co. can help you create the perfect '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, or '60s vibe for your big day.
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Vintage Bridal Bouquets

How to Create the Perfect Vintage Wedding Flowers

Designing your dream vintage bridal bouquet can feel overwhelming. You might love red wedding flowers but wonder how they can fit with a vintage theme? Maybe you want to incorporate beautiful dahlias for the wedding ceremony. With so many decades to choose from, how will you ever decide what kind of bouquets or centerpieces you want? Check out the following three tips from our expert florist team to make the design process a bit simpler.

1. Consider the Theme of Your Wedding

Think about the theme of your wedding before you design your flowers. For example, if you're throwing a 1920s-style bash, you'll likely want to avoid bohemian flowers.

2. Search for Floral Design Inspiration for Your Wedding Day

It's easy to hop online and scroll through wedding centerpieces or vintage bouquets. Instead of looking for modern recreations, consider seeking out antique magazines or photographs with authentic designs.

3. When in Doubt, Pick Your Favorite Flowers

Remember, it's your big day. If you want to incorporate your favorite blossoms into a vintage-inspired bouquet, do it.

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