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I love traditional wedding bouquets as much as the next girl, however, the drawbacks — including working around what's in season, stressful day-of deliveries, and potential allergens — got me looking into alternatives. Now I'm wishing I would have thought of these options for my own wedding!
Below are my five favorite floral-alternative bouquets styles.
The first, and possibly most unique, bouquets I found are made of wood. You heard me right. There are vendors out there that make gorgeous bouquets out of wood!
Woodland Flower and Co, based out of California, had the best designs! What about corsages and boutonnieres? They make those, too!
Next up: paper bouquets. I loved Katherine Elizabeth Event's bouquets because of how realistic they look. Katherine says they look 100% real in photos, but they add a little fun to your day when guests do a double take. She also makes boutonnieres, invitations and wall art to match, making you the queen of coordination! I may even consider getting a replica of my wedding bouquet made.
I was most impressed by Florologie's variety of felt goods. Rebekah, the owner, says she is a "creative maker at heart". After seeing everything she makes — bouquets, cake-toppers, hair combs, boutonnieres, corsages, garlands, and more, it makes sense! I could go a little felt crazy!
I never thought artificial flowers could look as good as Jinny and Clara from the Indie Knot NY make them look! The duo use silk flowers and specialize in bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres and flower crowns. I LOVE their style — it looks effortless, and if you're into vintage, you've got to check out this hair piece!
Last, but not least, Moon Flower Nature Art creates stunning arrangements with a combination of artificial silk and dried flowers. Their style feels especially Pacific Northwestern to me, featuring boho, woodsy, and rustic designs. What is not to love!?
Comment below to tell me which medium of bouquet is your favorite!