A bunch of wedding bouquets

My post on Geronimo Balloons suggested that a balloon would be an excellent alternative to the wedding bouquet. Which it would :) But I wanted to find other alternatives too and do a little round-up for you on the blog. Basically you can make almost anything into a bouquet; if you can form a bouquet shape and it looks pretty then you’re good to go. Here are 12 bouquets, using all sorts of materials that you can treasure after the event too…

Balsa

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Stephanie Williams via Ruffled

Buttons

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Baubles and Brides

Baubles

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: The Adventures of Josh and Sandy

Zips

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: This Modern Life via Botanical Brouhaha

Paper

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Valerie Lloyd via 100 Layer Cake

Felt

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Princess Lasertron

Butterflies

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit left: Steep Street via Vienna Glenn & right: Martha Stewart Weddings

Candy

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Mira Weddings via Fun With Jubby

Brooches

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Hair Bows Wonderworld

Single super stem

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Ali Degraff via 100 Layer Cake

Metal

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Jason & Anna Photography

Plastic

Alternative bouquet

Awesome image credit: Floricultcha via Offbeat Etsy Weddings

Are any of these for you? Or are the flowers an aspect where you favour the traditional? I’m loving the lollipops but would worry I’d have the urge to start snacking on them as I walk down the aisle; and I have a feeling that would not be a good look.

Debs

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  2. Wow, quirky and great bouquets, these are amazing, I love the creativity and the colour, the button one simply rocks!

  3. Debbie says:

    The balsa and the HUGE rose are my favourite. The candy is pretty awesome too if it fits with the rest of the wedding. I think they would work especially well if you were marrying in a season with no paticular seasonal flowers you like.

  4. Debs - Belle Amour says:

    Mark, yep that button one is ace – can’t go wrong with loads of buttons! Debbie – the huge rose is one of my favourites too – I’m thinking of making one just to stand in the corner of my room :)

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