You and your wedding party don't have to carry a ribbon-wrapped arrangement of flowers down the aisle. There—we said it. At the end of the day, a classic bundle of blooms might not be your style. If that's the case, you're welcome to nix the idea altogether, but you can also swap traditional florals for a handful of something equally meaningful and pretty that perfectly matches your wedding style.
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Bridal Bouquet Etiquette: Who Pays?
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Participating in the age-old tradition of carrying a bouquet doesn't mean you can't put your own personal spin on it. Anything from selecting sentimental blooms to adding unexpected elements like feathers, succulents or fabric flowers can modernize your arrangement and turn it into something truly special and one of a kind. Pull inspiration from your wedding theme, venue or color palette to bring your bouquet to life. A bouquet of dried flowers like lavender, small daisies and grasses give a charming finish to a rustic arrangement. If blooms aren't your thing, opt for an arrangement of greenery instead. A bridal bouquet made from ribbon and brooches means it'll last forever without any preservation. Dried vines, branches or seed pods can lend a unique, rustic vibe to a romantic flower arrangement.
47 Beautiful Bouquets for a Fall Wedding
If we've noticed anything about the contemporary wedding bouquets of late, it's that they've trended towards the uniform. We're talking simple, same-throughout arrangements that feel unfussy and chic. Single-flower wedding bouquets take that trend one step further.
White wedding flowers embody purity, innocence, and romance. Not all white flowers are crystalline white: shades of cream, ivory, and blush can shade white flower petals. Hints of green are common in white wedding blossoms as well.