One of the most common feelings I come across in the brides I work with is their desire to do something special or unique in order to put a personalized touch on their wedding. They want their guests to remember something specific to their wedding that they haven’t seen before. (Although, it’s becoming more difficult to set yourself apart with all the wedding ideas tornado-ing around Pinterest!)
One way of doing this is through your bridal bouquet. When you think about it, the bouquet is essentially an accessory not much different than a bracelet or shoes. Try looking at it more like a statement necklace or a sash with a flash of color – something to create a pop and visually stimulate your guests.
I cannot stop freaking out every time I see a bouquet with succulents in it. They’re so fresh and elegant at the same time.
The Vegan in me is in love with the idea of including fruits and veggies in a bouquet. One time, I saw one with succulents and mandarin oranges. I can’t really talk about it, though, or I might fall out of my seat.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: there is nothing more glamorous than a winter wedding. The colors! Crimson, sapphire, jade, berries, gold!! So much gold! This pine cone bouquet is perfect for any winter wedding featuring snow, a fireplace or any of the above.
Let your imagination run wild! Keep in mind, you can make a bouquet out of pretty much anything: fabric butterflies, seashells, crystals, stuffed animals, or anything else you can possibly think of.