There's a reason why cascading bouquets are so popular: Unlike a tight, tailored setup, a clutch of routing blooms bursts with character as well as fancifulness.
If you prefer to have a more portable bouquet, it is usually fine to hand-tie the stems, but if you would rather have a big bouquet loaded with a lot of flowers, you could intend to wire a number of the blossoms to create an extra small handle that is less complex to hold.
From rustic groups of willowy wildflowers to glorious sweeping streams of orchids, cascading arrangements are a flexible floral function that can add shade, appearance, drama as well as feeling of celebration to your wedding day look. Be inspired by our pick of 23 magnificent plunging bouquets and happy pinning.
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