Loose Bouquet of Coral, Blush, and White Roses, Tulips, and Greenery

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There's something so special about working with a florist to craft your wedding bouquet. From the colors and textures to the size and composition, the big-day blooms you choose all say a lot about your style as a bride. While a symmetrical, round bouquet might be more traditional, loose, organic-inspired arrangements have earned their place in the bridal world as well. Depending on the vibe of your wedding, a perfect arrangement can feel too precious — if nothing else about your big day is entirely classic or traditional, why should your bouquet be? For outdoor weddings or those that are a bit more casual, a more contemporary bouquet with less structure would be more fitting. And just because you're going with a more natural look doesn't mean you'll lose any style. An organic bouquet can feel just as formal and look as lovely as the next arrangement. The key to a perfectly imperfect bouquet is restraint. Sure, you can mix together any combination of blooms, but choosing those that complement each other for a just barely wild effect looks best. Consider traditional bridal flowers, like peonies, roses, and ranunculus, pair with something a bit more unexpected, like succulents, looser greenery, and fresh herbs. And don't be scared to mix colors! Surprise your guests (and liven up your wedding photos!) with a pop of punchy red or romantic purple, in your otherwise white bouquet. Ready to start planning your own organic wedding bouquet? Then click through to see 25 ideas we love in the full slideshow! Photo: A loose bouquet comprised of white garden roses, blush stock, coral roses, pink-and-yellow tulips, and greenery, created by Joelle Charming.