I have noticed that western style gardens _ such as those seen in big castles, for example _ characterize themselves by man_made forms that generally follow symmetric patterns. In contrast, Japanese gardens, while also man_made, always try to recreate lifelike landscapes, by using not only botanical elements but also water, gravel, rocks and other natural components. In a similar manner, when compared to western floral arrangements, Ikebana compositions also have a stronger emphasis in reproducing natural settings.
There are many flowers that are popularly used for the wedding like the orchids, lilies, rubrim, daisies, carnations, freesia, violets, straw, lilac and iris. If you are confused about choosing the flowers for the wedding, you can ask the opinion of the experts _ the florists, since they would be able to guide you better. Usually the bridal bouquet consists of either white or cream flowers such as the stephanotis, orchids, roses, lilies, gardenias, carnations or sweet peaks but if you want to get bouquet complementing your gown, you can ask your florist to do so.