I thought she looked amazing, but in all honesty she could have worn a paper bag and probably set wedding fashion trends. But lets talk about the bouquet! I have to be honest my first reaction was a bit of disappointment. Now many people feel it's too plain, or boring. I disagree, for a wedding that formal (and royal) I think white is the probably the classiest way to go.
Now for the choice of flowers: sweet william (how clever), lily of the valley and myrtle (the bouquet contained a sprig of the herb used in the Queen’s 1947 wedding bouquet). I thought the choice of flowers were perfect, they were so delicate which complimented (rather than compete with) the lace of her gown.
Now here is my one complaint... the size of the bouquet. I think my initial disappointment was with the size of the small cascade. tiny, tiny, tiny! (almost distractingly so!) Now I'm not suggesting it should have been 4feet long like Princess Diana's. I strongly believe the flowers are there to compliment you and your gown. Bigger isn't always better, but neither is smaller. I found this picture of Elizabeth Hurley's wedding. She had a similar idea as Kate, but I just think Elizabeth did a better job at picking a proportionate sized bouquet.
What are your thoughts ?