Top Oahu Wedding Bouquet Trends

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to choosing your bouquet for your wedding. At Best Day Ever Hawaii we thought we would share some of the top bouquet trends hitting our island aisles! Here’s a couple of trends we’re sure you’ll love!

Top Oahu Wedding Bouquet Trends 

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1. Flower Choice 

When you first start thinking about what type of flowers you want, try to think of flowers that have special significance to you and your man.  You could think about using one of your birth month flowers or some of the type of flowers from the first bouquet your fiancé gave to you.

2. Mix it Up  

Everything in your bouquet doesn’t have to match perfectly, try to mix it up a bit by using a combination of flowers and colors. This will really help to make your bouquet pop when walking down the aisle. If you do want some uniformity, you can pick a color theme or a seasonal mix of flowers.

frankamodo3. Get Sentimental  

As time goes on, it’s becoming more and more popular to incorporate something that has meaning to you into your wedding. There are many different ways to do this just with your bouquet! Try using a piece of your dress or veil to wrap the flowers, or something from a loved one.

4. Go Green  

Adding splashes of green to your bouquet can really make it come alive. Don’t be afraid to add color and volume by integrating greenery. The contrast will brighten up your bouquet and add depth to the overall look.

shannonsasaki5. Ditch the Handle  

Be unique! Change up how you hold your flowers. Instead of carrying them tied together with something standard, try something more creative and personal. Attach your flowers to a book, a fan, any object that has special meaning to you and your groom.

Hope you enjoyed our Top Hawaii Bride Tips for Bouquets!  Got any of other fab ideas? We’d love to hear them!  Do share 🙂

Happy Tuesday Everyone!

Best Day Ever Hawaii
Hawaii’s Premiere Wedding Planners 

Photos courtesy of a few of our favorite photographers:  Shannon Sasaki, Ashley Goodwin, and Frank Amodo

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