The best wedding bouquets of Princesses of Royalty
If you are hesitant about how you want your wedding bouquet to be, here you can see several examples of bouquets of famous brides and royalty.
Eva Gonzalez and Cayetano
Inés Sastre: Of all the arrangements for girlfriend that I have seen while consulting famous bride bouquets, this was one of the ones that has attracted my attention the most because of the peculiar way in which it has been made. Also here I show you this beautiful design by Inés Sastre who even delivered her sister, her bouquet after having completed her wedding for the civilian. This is truly unique and fits the style of dress she has used.
Matilde of Belgium - Crown Princess of Belgium
Matilde from Belgium chose a bouquet with a cascade of green leaves along with white bell-shaped leaves.
Camila Mountbatten-Windsor (Duchess of Cornwall)
He wore for the ecclesiastical ceremony a small and simple bouquet to match his blue porcelain silk dress. Made up of small “Auricular” flowers to achieve gray tones and creams with some golden touches; the Lilies of the valley as a representation of smell and feelings and myrtle sent especially from the Duchy of Cornwall to wish them a happy marriage. All the flowers of the Duchess of Cornwall bouquet were cut that same morning from the Prince's garden at his Highgrove house.
Carolina de Monaco
She wears a wedding bouquet in the form of a waterfall of white flowers, matching the floral arrangements that she has on her head, holding the veil and giving a very successful touch to her collection
Infanta Elena - Duchess of Lugo.
The bouquet was a mixture of roses, white lilacs and natural flowers of the Sevillian countryside chosen by the mother of the groom.
Princess Marta Luisa of Norway
He chose for his wedding bouquet three types of flowers, white orchids, lilies of Marta, and a typical Norwegian flower, symbolizing happiness and prosperity, heart-shaped bouquet
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Mette Marit - Princess of Norway
She did not wear the typical bridal bouquet, but instead wore a braided wreath with green leaves and multiple flowers like roses, she was the designer of her wedding bouquet along with the director of the Oslo Passiflora Aina Nyberget florist.
Grace Kelly- Princess of Monaco
The bouquet, was something that surprised a lot, since, although his favorite flowers were the coves, he opted for a simple bouquet of lilies. In addition, he did not throw his bouquet in the air to be picked up by young single women as is tradition. On the way to the Royal Palace from the cathedral, they stopped at the Church of Santa Devota where Princess Gracia offered her bouquet to the patroness, something that Princess Charlene repeated 55 years later at her wedding with Alberto de Monaco, son of Grace Kelly. A pretty and simple bouquet that perfectly accompanied Grace's beauty and the stunning dress she wore at her fairytale wedding.
Zara Anne Elizabeth Phillips, MBE (n. May 15, 1981) is the second and only daughter of Princess Anne, Royal Princess and her first husband Captain Mark Phillips. She is the eldest granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. For this special day, Zara chose a beautiful 'bouquet' of lilies very much in tune with the modern and 'chic' air of her dress, and elaborated by Paul Thomas.
Princess Clotilde of Savoy
Also with fall is the bouquet of Princess Clotilde of Savoy, who chose pink roses.
Autumn Kelly (political granddaughter of the Queen of England)
Autumn Patricia Kelly is the wife of Peter Phillips, son of Princess Royal Ana and Captain Mark Anthony Phillips. He is the eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Use at your wedding a bouquet of endless fall of romantic style and vintage inspiration, made with cream roses and seasonal flowers of the same hue.
Tatiana Blatnik from Greece
Tatiana Blatnik chose a simple wedding bouquet of romantic white flowers, a round-shaped bouquet made of Stefanotis Semperflora, known as Madagascar jasmine and lilies of the valley, which is also called Muguet
Infanta Cristina - Duchess of Palma de Mallorca.
Infanta Cristina wore a beautiful bridal bouquet with fall, on her wedding day in Barcelona
The future Queen Victoria of Sweden, opted for a cascading bridal bouquet composed of white flowers, lilies of the valley, phalaenopsis orchids, clematis, peonies, roses, gardenias and lilies of the Amazon
Charlene Wittstock - Princess of Monaco
The wedding bouquet has also been a creation of the Italian Giorgio Armani and it was the gardeners of Prince Albert who shaped it. It was made in white tones and the orchids and lilies of the valley predominated. The bouquet was designed in cascade to fit perfectly with the line of the dress and the slender figure of Charlene. Lilies of the valley are the princess's favorite flowers, so Armani wanted to embroider them on the wedding dress.
Mary Donaldson - Crown Princess of Denmark
He wore an original bouquet of the floral designer Erik Buch, made in cascade with flowers, many of them of Australian origin, and with silk bow knotted at the base, on which the wedding date is engraved and a monogram of the royal couple .
Marie Cavalier - Princess of Denmark
He chose for his wedding bouquet Mirtos from Fredesborg Palace, French white lilacs and small roses in salmon and pistachio tones, surrounded by green camellia leaves
Claire Coombs - Princess of Belgium
This bouquet is made up of azaleas and rhodium-white, although the originality came with the fall of the bouquet.
Catherine Middleton - Duchess of Cambridge
Designed by Shane Connolly, it is inspired by the favorite flowers of the British Royal Family and the Middleton family and that have a special meaning for the 'royal bride and groom'. Thus, it includes lilies (symbol of the return to happiness), hyacinth (constancy of love), ivy (fidelity and friendship) and myrtle (emblem of marriage). The tradition of including myrtle flowers in the bridal bouquet dates back to 1845 when Queen Victoria planted one in the gardens of Osborne House, on the Isle of Wight
Máxima Zorreguieta - Princess of the Netherlands
Princess Máxima of the Netherlands required a prestigious florist to make her bridal bouquet. The cascade bouquet of very romantic cut, with abundance of tulips, characteristic Dutch flower, thrush, lilacs and white roses
Stéphanie de Lannoy - Princess of Luxembourg
La Maison Lachaume, master florists since 1845 in Paris, has been in charge of making the striking bridal bouquet with white orchids of Princess Stéphanie for her big day
Diana Spencer - Princess of Wales
The white flowers of Diana's Welsh bouquet cascaded. The bouquet was made by the Doris Wellham Florist, who had already made the bouquet of Queen Elizabeth II and other brides of the British royal house. The flowers had been grown in Britain and carried a selection of the most representative such as orchids, roses, gardenias, freesias and irises.
Letizia Ortiz- Princess of Asturias
Mrs. Letizia's wedding bouquet is shaped like a waterfall, it is made up of Lilies, emblem of the Bourbons, orange blossom in homage to the Countess of Barcelona and Mrs. Mª de las Mercedes, in addition to the apple blossom in tribute to the principality of Asturias, which is also the attribute of Our Mrs. of Atocha, ears of wheat, symbol of fertility, joy and hope and attribute of our Mrs. of Almudena, San Isidro Labrador, patron of Madrid and the chastised goddess Cibeles, and roses, symbol universal love and passion