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Even though having a flower girl is optional, including one of your favorite little ones is always a nice way to make them feel a part of your special day. Of course, not only is her main job to look adorable and happily make it down the aisle, but also scattering floral petals along the aisle. Instead of having your flower girl carry a basket of petals, here are three alternative smaller bouquets you may want to consider:
1. Mason Jar
Photo: Christa Elyce Photography
Photo: Two Ring Studios
Photo: Rochelle Mort Photography
For more alternative flower girl bouquet inspiration, check out our gallery.
Photos (clockwise from top left): Rachel A. Clingen Wedding & Event Design, Cuppa Photography, Rachel A. Clingen Wedding & Event Design and ” ” ” “
Centerpieces are just as important as your bouquet. For any winter wedding, incorporate white, black, red, deep purple and green into your theme, but add texture. Wow your guests with manzanita branches, candles, metallic-colored vases and dangling crystals. For more inspiration, be sure to check out our gallery full of festive centerpieces.
Photos (clockwise from top left): Sweet Pea Floral Design, Twisted Willow Flowers, Flower Power Decor and Sophisticated Floral Designs & Accessories
Here are four wedding bouquet ideas from our Pinterest board that we love, and our followers can’t seem to get enough of since they are our highest repinned wedding bouquets. Consider a romantic bouquet filled with succulents, hydrangea and peonies or a dramatic bouquet filled with feathers, acorns and embellishments. Tip: Choose a bouquet that suits the season. For more wedding bouquet inspiration, check out our Pinterest board and discover arrangements that fit your style and theme.
Inspiration for your wedding decor can come from anywhere – and a favorite movie, especially a classic film like the1952 Gene Kelly/Debbie Reynolds favorite Singin’ in the Rain, is a great place to start. We love how the creative Savannah-based vendor team, lead by Morgan Gallo Events and Azelle Photography, took this idea to heart by creating a style shoot full of Old Hollywood glamour and a touch of whimsy. Of particular note are the bright color palette, old school-meets-modern lounge area, raindrop-inspired details at every turn (love that cake!), and the vintage umbrellas hanging above the dance floor. Who said that rain on your wedding day is a bad thing? Check out the stunning, inspiring photos below – plus a bonus video from this gorgeous shoot.
Photos (clockwise from top left): Daisy a Day, Twin Lens, Kristin Vining Photography and Love Me Do Photography
Anemones bloom from winter to early spring, making it perfect for any winter bridal bouquet. They come in a variety of colors such as: cream, white, pink, red, purple and blue. However, yellow and orange anemones are rare to find. Despite how expensive anemones are, brides are drawn to the subtle drama and eye-catching elements they add. From your boutonnieres to your cake topper, consider adding anemones to your wedding. For more inspiration, check out our anemone floral arrangements photo gallery.