Choose an alternative bouquet, such as this beautiful mix of paper flowers. You won’t have to worry about it wilting, and it will be a timeless souvenir of your wedding day.
Charm your guests with this adorable yarn ball bouquet from Sew Many Petals.
Wear an arm garland instead of carrying a traditional bouquet!
For a beach wedding, why not carry a sea glass wind chime instead of a traditional bouquet?
For an elegant nod to classical music, try this sheet music bouquet.
For an evening wedding, there’s nothing more romantic than carrying a lantern down the aisle. With a lantern purchased at Ikea or Home Goods, you’ll light up the aisle — literally.
Carry a sweet paper floral wreath down the aisle instead of a bouquet
Carry a beaded feather bouquet down the aisle
Create a brooch bouquet instead of using flowers
Who knew an embroidery hoop could be so cute? This design by Simple Devotion uses lace, ribbon, and a trusty old embroidery hoop to create the perfect alternative to the traditional bridal bouquet.
For a laid-back beach ceremony, carry a simple woven palm leaf fan.
You can’t go wrong with a classic parasol.
For her horror movie-themed wedding, Philadelphia bride Amanda worked with designer Anna Coy of Hold and Have to create this one of a kind boo-quet. It contains red leather roses, strands of actual film reel, and miniature skulls.
Forget everything you’ve ever heard about balloons being “tacky” for a wedding — these certainly are not!
A bouquet of flowers is fleeting, but by choosing a bauble-based bouquet, you get to have a keepsake that will last you forever.
A sweeping stream of roses and succulents make the perfect cascade bouquet.
Subdued colors stand out with a cascading bouquet.