It seems to me that a question brides seldom consider is how they're going to carry their bouquet on their wedding day. The look of the bouquet, the flowers used and so on, are usually carefully thought out, but how the bouquet will actually be carried, the weight of it, the look of it against the dress, is not a question brides ever ask me.
Hot tip: make a posy and stand with it in front of the mirror. Do you feel comfortable holding it two handed right in front of you as is often shown in photographs? Will you be able to carry it like that when you're being taken down the aisle by whoever is giving you away? And when you imagine your photographs being taken will you still stand straight-on to the camera, holding the bouquet two-handed? Or will you face your new husband and hold the bouquet down by your skirts, with a straightish arm?
How will the bouquet, which, for good reason, will cost you a fair amount of money, look in the photographs?
Use your trial posy to stand in various different ...