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Alternative Bouquets

boo00 Spice Up YOUR BOUQUET On average, brides spend between 6-15% of their wedding budget on flowers. Replacing flowers with something more unique can save money and show off the bride's personality. Alternatives to the traditional bouquet Words of Wisdom Fabric Flower Patches Religious Artifacts Use pages from Sew buttons your favorite book or a poem with special significance. Fold them into onto felt, satin, silk, lace, Replace roses with a Rosary for the Catholic bride. A Bible in hand might feel right for others. Juzu, Buddhist prayer beads made from lotus seeds, adds a spiritual element to a organza, a piece of mom's wedding dress, even burlap, to fashion crafty flowers. The Non-Bouquet flowers, butterflies, or other origami shapes. Bouquet A vintage fan can shield a shy bride. If it's too cold to hold a bouquet, slip your hands into a warm muffler. Carrying romantic affair. Natural Choice Mix in your collection of seashells for a beach ceremony, add acorns into your bouquet for a fall wedding, or group together balloons or an old railway lantern can light up the ceremony, too. pinecones for a winter affair. Blast From The Past Collect your grandmother's brooches, grandfather's watches, antique keys, and old locket necklaces to create a timeless bouquet. Edible Arrangements Consider a bright bundle of lollipops for a spring ceremony or candy canes during Christmas time. Sources: Brides magazine,,,, The Wedding Book Simply Bruelal www. si FULTILLING DREAMS

Alternative Bouquets

shared by SimplyBridal on Apr 30
Many brides spend a large chunk of their budget on flowers. But there are alternatives, if you are brave enough. Opting for a nontraditional bridal bouquet can save you money and add a bit of personal...



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