It’s our One Year Blogiversary!
We want to take this opportunity to thank all of our brides and readers for their support and inspiration. We’re excited about wedding season moving into full swing again and sharing more tips and ideas with you. If there is anything you would like to see covered on the blog, let us know!
Before we get to some of our favorite bouquets, let’s talk about bouquet charms. Typically we see these on the bride’s bouquet in memorium, if a grandparent or parent is no longer around to be a part of the celebration. A newer trend, especially if there is no need for a memorial charm, is to have a charm personalized with your new monogram and wedding date. After the wedding, many brides will use this charm on a bracelet or necklace, or even turn it into a keychain.
Instead of fresh flowers for your junior bridesmaids and flower girls, consider paper bouquets! This will set them apart from the rest of the bridal party, often costs less, and gives them a keepsake from your wedding. Look at these two samples!
Moving onto inspiration for the bride’s bouquet and bridal party bouquets…enjoy!
Your florist can also get creative with the stems. Regular ribbon is fine to tie the stems together, but we also like these ideas.
This last one is a little over-the-top and expensive, but we just had to share it with you. It’s made out of vintage brooches, and it’s adorable!
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