Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue is a common mantra in preparing a bride to be for her wedding. In fact, men have claimed that the preparations for the wedding are basically for the bride and not much for the groom. Although women can always object on this claim, we have to admit that most of women’s wedding gowns cost a whole lot more than the men’s tuxedo. And of course there are a lot more things that must come along the wedding dress to be sure that the bride is as lovely as she can possible be when she changes her last name. One of these is the bridal bouquets. Bridal bouquets are an integral part of the bride’s over-all look during the wedding. Practically speaking, holding on to the bouquet keeps the bride from fidgeting when nervous while at the same time, provide for an additional accessory during the pictorials. Bridal bouquets are made to suit the motif of the bride’s wedding dress as well as the entire wedding. Although, bridal bouquets are traditionally in white roses, florists nowadays, as requested by most brides, have ventured into using other flowers which can be very colourful to create these pieces. Tropical flowers are also being used to add more tropical feel for beach weddings whereas, lilies and tulips have replaced roses depending on season and availability. What makes the bridal bouquet more special is that it is the most popular piece that the bride “passes on” to single women. Tradition says that whoever would catch the bouquet would be the next to marry.