Our brides are often shocked, and then delighted, to find that there are so many different types of bridal bouquets out there. Today, we thought we’d share some of their favourites, in the hope that you might find your dream style.

As wedding planners and event stylists in the Cayman Islands, we have a blessed position of not only being able to create the overall look of your big day, but also provide the floral creations for this most special of occasion. It is a wonderful gift to be able to fill ballrooms, hotels, restaurants, and countless celebration spaces with the freshest, most vibrant flowers, that match perfectly with your theme. Part of our in-house floral service involves choosing from the many different types of bridal bouquets, the perfect design for our bride. It’s during these consultations that we find that most of our couples are unaware of the vastly different shapes, styles, and types of bridal bouquets available and normally assume they have limited options. Thankfully, this isn’t the case, and a bridal bouquet can be styled to complement the look of the bride, while also offering a hint of what’s to come from the wedding decor.

The different types of bridal bouquets now available range from a single stem, to the classic round design, through to very modern overflowing floral arrangements. Bouquets are certainly not resistant to trends, with many styles coming and going from one season to the next. The key to choosing the perfect bridal bouquet for you, is to ignore any passing fads, and choose a design that speaks to you and works within the context of your look. That is why it is so important to speak to an expert wedding florist in the Cayman Islands such as ourselves, we’ll be able to guide you towards the most tried and trusted design, and one that will also suit your style.

Below are a few of the different types of bridal bouquets that we can create for you, which one will you choose?

What Different Types of Bridal Bouquets Are There?

Posy Bouquet


We’re starting off with a classic bouquet that our brides love for its simplicity, and timeless appeal. In fact, the Posy bouquet was chosen by Meghan Markle for her wedding, so you’re in good company if you choose this style. This type of bridal bouquet is typically round, with its stems bound together, and all cut to the same length. This handheld design is different from other types of bridal bouquets, as it typically has little to no greenery, or foliage.

Cascading Bouquet

In contrast to the above design, the cascading bridal bouquet is often full of greenery. This foliage is usually mixed in with various types of long-stemmed flowers such as orchids, or lilies to create a pretty, spilling out effect. This is probably one of the most dramatic types of bridal bouquets, and certainly creates a statement when compared to the more traditional choices out there.

Round Bouquet

A classic in bridal bouquets, and one that brides often gravitate towards before discovering the other different types of designs. As the name suggests, this style is round, or domed in shape and is often formed of just one single type of flower. Typically, they are arranged in only one colour, and look particularly special when created using peonies, or roses.

Nosegay Bouquet

The Nosegay bouquet is similar to the Posy, but typically this style has more greenery. It can work really well as a bridesmaid bouquet, as it is usually more compact, and smaller in overall size. A wealth of different types of flowers can be used for this style of bridal bouquet, but roses and orchids are two of our favourites.

Hand-tied Bouquet

You could say that all the different types of bridal bouquets are hand tied, as your florist will almost certainly arrange, and fix your arrangement manually. The difference with this type of bouquet is that it has a more boho, free feeling to it. Often tied together by ribbon, or fabric, with stems cut to the same length, but allowed to spread out from the base. Perfect for a rustic style celebration.

Pomander Bouquet


One of the most unique bridal bouquets, and vastly different from the other types as it is not held by the stem. Instead, the Pomander bouquet is carried by a handle that wraps around the wrist, or can be hung as decoration. The bouquet is typically hung by a ribbon but occasionally our florists create breath-taking designs such as this with the bamboo strap. The actual classic bouquet is perfectly spherical, with lots of neatly arranged flowers tightly packed into an eye-catching ball shape recently brides have been stepping out of the Pomander round bouquets and creating lots of interesting shapes & styles.

Composite Bouquet

If you’re looking for drama, the Composite bouquet may be what you and your bridesmaids are searching for. This exceptional design is actually made up of many individual petals, all arranged together to create one larger version of that same flower. They are fun, stylish and look stunning when shared among the bridal party.

Tropical Bouquet


To engage in a world of different colours and styles, tropical bouquets are a fascinating option for your Wedding Day.  A selection of vibrant flowers that flow together is typically created within a spread of tropical leaves such as Palms, Monstera or Banana. Popular florals to include in your arrangement include, Ginger, Pin Cushions, Lilies, King Protea’s and accenting local blooms.


Which of these different types of bridal bouquets was your favourite?

Have you found the perfect bridal bouquet style for your big day? Well, if you haven’t discovered it yet, fear not because we have a team of experts available to help you. Our specialist wedding florist team at Celebrations ltd in the Cayman Islands have a wealth of design, and technical knowledge that can help find the most complementary look for you. Our flowers are sourced from around the world, and we use only the finest quality materials to create our unique designs. If you would like to find out about our various, award-winning wedding planning services, including flowers, please follow this link. And if you would like to get in touch to ask us anything at all, please visit our contact page.