6 Easy Ways to Make Your Wedding Bouquet Stand Out
Whether you’re into super-detailed weddings or rather minimal ones, we all have to agree that there is no wedding without a bouquet. Every bride loves flowers on her big day, but not everyone wants to go for a traditional bouquet. So what are your options if you’re looking for something a bit different? In this article, I have listed at least six easy ways to make your wedding bouquet stand out.
1. Go big
So you want a bouquet, but you don’t want something obvious… The solution? Go BIG! Everyone will expect you to have some sort of bouquet, but likely nobody has seen anything like this before.
Photo credit: Hannah Hall Photography; Florist: Flowers From Eden
2. Go wild
You could also choose a very earthy natural bouquet… It will add a genuine ‘wild’ touch to the look of the day.
Photo credit: Emma Boileau Photography; Florist: Wild & Wondrous Flowers
3. Go round
If you’re looking for an alternative to a traditional wedding bouquet, you could consider a bridal wreath instead. They are beautiful and come in several styles, your bridesmaids could also have smaller matching ones.
Photo credit: Wild Connections Photography; Florist: Innenleben
4. Go bold
Who said a bouquet must be boring? The good news is that you can play with the shape as much as you want. Take a look at this beautiful heart-shaped bouquet.
Photo credit: Berni Palumbo Photography; Florist: Ivory Rose Flowers
5. Ditch the flowers
Foliage bouquets are very trendy right now and they can look absolutely unique and different, just like the one in the photo.
Photo credit: Wild Hearts Photography; Florist: Mirtle & Bracken
6. Go personal
Without question, one of the best ways you can make your wedding bouquet stand out is to add a personal touch. Whether you decide to handpick the flowers from your own garden or add something you love (i.e. a pendant), your touch will definitely make it unique. If you’re really creative, you can even do like these brides and actually create your own bouquet.
Photo credit: Matt Badenoch Photography; Bouquets made of paper and card by hand by one of the bridesmaids.
Photo credit: Emma + Rich; Pompoms made by the bride herself.