How will you make your bouquet YOURS? When you start to think about this, and do a little research, there are actually many ways. The above photo, with the remnants of a wedding veil, MUST have a story…my guess is that the bride is honoring a beloved family member who was unable to attend her wedding – maybe a mother or grandmother?
A bride’s bouquet is a beautiful way to add a sentimental wisp of whimsy to your wedding.
How about the lavender and white bouquet above? I love the pearl necklace woven through the blossoms. I’m sure it has some special meaning, belonged to someone dear to the bride.
The white ball of flowers above is embellished with vintage rhinestone broaches. Broaches? You know…the pins older ladies used to wear. Queen Elizabeth, Queen of England, is a serial broach wearer. 🙂
The image of the white bouquet offers the best of both worlds. Not only it does sport gorgeous blooms, but it showcases a “flower” rhinestone broach.
I have an inkling that butterflies have a place in this bride’s heart — her bouquet above is very whimsical. And what about my own darling daughter, Kathleen, aka, “KK”? What will she do to “make her bouquet her own”? Well, I’ll spill a little secret… My father is quite the artist, of many medias. One project took his fancy. He made all different types of jewelry fobs out of abalone shell. One piece was of a butterfly that he gifted to my mother. KK will incorporate this lovely moment into her bouquet. It will be big enough to be seen, but not as large as the butterflies above. It will hold a place of honor while still being subtle. I think it will be very special.
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Of course you want a unique and beautiful wedding bouquet. It’s what every bride wants. But how far are you willing to go to be different? Would you consider any of the options on this page? If I had it to do all over again, I might consider the top bouquet made of succulents. These lovely plants are native to the West where I was born and raised. I think it would be a nice tribute to my roots. But that is NOW. When Kenny and I got married 31 years ago, my mind-set was on soft and romantic – which the succulent bouquet is not.
Another option is the origami bouquet below. Please read the included blurb from theweddingscoop.com. If you click on the link, you can check out the instructions on how to DIY. I think one would have to be quite talented for this creation…but the cost would be low, especially if you make it for the bride and all her maids.
“If you have been searching for a unique and alternative bouquet to carry on your wedding day which doesn’t use fresh flowers, then this might be the perfect pretty option! Something which you (and even your bridesmaids) can keep well after the celebrations!” You can read the full feature at: www.theweddingscoop.com
What about the giant white rose bouquet above? It is definitely original…made out of rose petals with a rose in the center to look like a giant rose. Not sure it strikes my fancy…
The seashell bouquet above is the most interesting, one of a kind I have ever seen. I bet few guests would have seen one like it. Soft and romantic it is not…
My favorite bouquet is the last. Made entirely of broaches, it is unusual and impressive. Inexpensive it would not be, but the bride would not have to worry about costly preservation!
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