A hand-tied bouquet is a bunch of flowers with stems grouped together
in an unstructured way and tied, usually with a ribbon. Minimalist hand-tied
bouquets are just three or four of the same long stemmed flower.
A nosegay is a structured bouquet, consisting of a small, packed group
of flowers, all cut to the same length. The stems are wrapped tightly in ribbon
or lace, and the bouquet often has a stiff backing to give it shape.
The cascade is a more traditional bouquet. The flowers are arranged
to look as if they are flowing over the bride’s hands. This style can be large.
A smaller, modern version is often known as teardrop bouquet.