The round, hand-tied mound of flowers has become omnipresent at weddings. Here are some bouquet shapes that are equally lovely, but far less predictable.

Waterfall

A bountiful mass of flowers at the top of the bouquet slowly tapers downward—definitely a candidate for "most dramatic." Here the flowers and greenery are arranged on a piece of driftwood to help achieve a teardrop shape.

Bouquet of orchids, mini ferns, stars of Bethlehem, tweedia, begonia leaves, calla lilies, sweet peas, succulents, and brunia by Steven Bruce Design

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