How large should a Bride's wedding bouquet be?
During a telephone consultation, customers often ask how best to visualize the size
of a Bride's bouquet. I often suggest recalling the size of a standard sheet of printing paper.
The ones that are 8.5 by 11 inches wide. Most customers are familiar. So whether we are talking about
bouquets for the bridesmaids or for the Bride, it is a very useful comparison. The first photograph below
shows the top view of an 11 inch bouquet with the longest side of a sheet of printing paper.
Item: Wedding bouquet
Flower types: Bird of Paradise and Orchids
Colors: Golden Yellow, hints of navy blue and ivory off-white
Bride and Groom Wedding Flower Set
From left to right
Items: Bride, Maid of honor, Bridesmaids/Toss
Sizes: 11 inch wide, 9 inch wide, 8 inch wide
Flower Types: Calla lily/lilies, Cymbidium orchids
Colors: Burnt orange, deep orange, redish orange, golden yellow, lime green.
Item: Bride's wedding bouquet
Flower types: Orchids and calla lilies/lily
Colors: Ivory, Purple, Fuchsia, Plum/Currant