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Many brides cringe when I mention the word "cascading" in any discussion about their potential bridal bouquet. But if you have a trendy, cutting-edge florist, there should be no reason to cringe and dismiss the idea of a little dangle in your bouquet. Today's cascading bouquet is nothing like the "presentatio... read more

Many brides cringe when I mention the word “cascading” in any discussion about their potential bridal bouquet. But if you have a trendy, cutting-edge florist, there should be no reason to cringe and dismiss the idea of a little dangle in your bouquet. Today’s cascading bouquet is nothing like the “presentation bouquets” or bouquet-holder type designs of the 80′s and 90′s. In fact, cascading designs are all the rage in Europe and the trendiest American brides are seeking them out as well. I actual call them “Euro-Cascade” to my clients…

So what SHOULD a new, modern cascading bouquet look like? It should still be hand-tied (not in a holder) and it should have some sort of dangle to the front, be it one Phaleanopsis orchid or many, bending tulips, dainty foliage or some hanging amaranthus … little hanging wisps can go a long way! Here are some of my favorite examples of the New & Improved Cascading Bouquets …

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I hope that these beautiful, modern examples curbed your fear of cascading bouquets! I was brave enough to carry one myself and I’ve gotten a bunch of other daring brides to carry them as well … leave me a comment if you’ve decided to do a Euro-cascade bouquet for your wedding!!!

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