Cascading Fall Bouquet By Monday Morning Flowers, Princeton NJ
The trends of wedding bouquets change just as often as any other fashion trend. In recent years, the round, hand-tied bouquets are practically all you see… until now.
Cascading bouquets were extremely popular in the 80’s. Thank Princess Diana and her legendary wedding to Prince Charles. It’s easy to see why this type of bouquet was chosen for a princess. All of those flowers, the trailing cascade — it’s so beautiful.
- “I have not gotten a request for one in a long long time. I think the last cascading bridal bouquet I did was in 1999! LOL”
– Debra Sleeper
- “Yes more cascades (good! love doing them, and I wire them!)”
– Helen of Budz by Helen Jane, Wigan UK
- “Unfortunate yes…………garden style bouquets are quicker!!!”
– Gail Holmes of Devine Designs, Fulton NY
- “Yes, I am seeing more requests. Looks like it might be coming back like all things 80’s!”
– Debbie McKinstry of Maida’s Floral Shop, Oswego NY
- “Yes big demand in Ireland for larger waterfall bouquets.”
– Janette O’Rourke
- “Yes, I just did one this past weekend…”
-Sandra Hooper of MaryJane’s Flowers & Gifts, Berlin NJ
- “I have only done 2 cascades this season, I miss them! I am at the point where i can do handtieds blindfolded!!”
– Barry Hebner
If you are a bride-to-be planning your wedding flowers, keep this trend in mind. Your florist might just hug you for choosing something out-of-the-box. This type of bouquet could be adapted to match any wedding style. From rustic country, to glitz-and-glam modern, your florist can create something truly perfect for your big day.