It’s no secret that we love big bunches of blooms, but we’re always on the hunt for the next great outside-the-box trend! An alternative to the traditional bridesmaid bouquet isn’t necessarily a new idea, true. However, recently we’ve seen so many creative iterations from weddings and editorials on GWS + beyond and we are *utterly* inspired.
Often times alternative bouquets can be a simple way to save money on florals without skimping on the pretty factor. Other times, they’re a fun self-expression of the couple or the wedding theme. Whether you consider yourself untraditional or not, we have a feeling you might file some of these away for your own creative flow…have a look and see!
Carry On Cuties
photography: Addison Jones Photography // florals: Heather McCoy as seen in this Great Gatsby-Inspired Wedding
florals by Blömmonster with photography by Athena Pelton via The Knot
And the cutest iteration of the lamp bouquet we’ve ever seen done by the bride’s friend from this Modern Austin Wedding with photos by Erin McCall!
Or maybe something a bit more geometric with florals?
from this Geometric Styled Shoot // photography: Krista Mason // design: Harmony Creative Studio // florals: Shindig Chic
photography: Nicole Lev // florals: Tumbleweed Floral Truck
On the Arm
from this Summer Wedding in Spain captured by Ed Peers with florals by Bouquet
dried floral cuff: Amy Nicole Floral // photography: Elizabeth Wells Photo
from this Intimate Big Sur Wedding // photography: Cassie Rosch // florals: Annette Coleman
One Stem Bouquets
from this Malibu Wedding with florals by Grand Hope Events and photo by Sanford Creative
An entire bouquet filled with unique florals, perhaps??
from this Pastel Barn Wedding // photography: Hazelwood Photo // event design: Union Event Company // florals: Forest and Field
ALL the Hoop Bouquets
from this Fingerlakes Glamping Wedding // photography: AGP Collective // event design: Clover Event Co. // florals: Faye & Renee
from this High Fashion Wedding Inspiration // photography: For The Love Of It // event design: GATHER Events // florals: Of the Flowers
from this Italian Island Elopement Inspiration // photography: Nicole Colwell // event design: Weddings in Tuscany by Chiara Sernesi // florals: Jardin Divers
Love the combo of tassels & florals from this Colorful + Eclectic Redwoods Wedding // photography: Kelly Brown // florals: Wild Club
from this Lake Como Wedding Inspiration // photography: Camilla Anchisi Photography // planning: Benevent Planner // florals: Figli Dei Fiori
from this Luxe Autumn Wedding Inspiration // photography: Jieru Photography // planning: Jieru Photography // florals: Winsome Floral
Psst…liking this trend? We have a Silk Floral DIY here! (perfect to make ahead of time with your bridesmaids!)
styling: Tie the Knot Santorini // florals: Betty Flowers Santorini // photography: Nisha Ravji
from this Moody Autumn Wedding // photography: With Love & Embers // florals: Chicory Florals
photography: Magnolia + Ember // macramé hoop bouquet: Bloomers Flowers & Decor
Lush Succulent Bouquets
from this Edgy, Tim Burton-Inspired Wedding // bouquet by Luxe Botanique + photo by Let’s Frolic Together
from this Boho Seattle Wedding // photography: Jordan Voth // event design: GATHER Events // florals: Julia’s Floral
Make it Musical
from this Scandinavian-Inspired Wedding // photography: Marnie Cornell // florals: Colibri Blooms
from this Stylish Desert Wedding // photography: Lorely Meza // florals: Foxtail Florals
This couple used musical triangles for the bridesmaid bouquets!
from this Romantic Bridesmaid Inspiration // photography: Kristine Herman Photography // planning + design: Brannan Events & Design // florals: Tumbleweed Floral Truck
True Life: You Can Carry Whatever You Like
from our list of Favorite 2018 Celebrity Weddings // photography: Hunter Barnes
photo above by Emily Wren Weddings
from this Pastel Wonderland Wedding // photography: Jenn Emerling // planning: Anything But Gray Events
Care Bears in a bouquet? YES.
from this Haute Hippe Summer Wedding // photography: From SF With Love // event design: Gillian Shenon Events // florals: Found & Created