One trend we’ve been seeing a lot of lately is brides creating bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces out of objects other than flowers, and we can see why! The results can be stunning, unique, and more budget-friendly. You can make them or order them ahead of time as you like. Best of all, they won’t wilt and you can keep them after the wedding as gorgeous keepsakes!
Non Floral Bouquets
This lovely bouquet was created by Croska on Etsy.
We’re loving the wheat bouquet and boutonniere below, especially for a fall wedding. The boutonniere is from InStyle Weddings.
3. Sola Flowers
4. Vintage Brooches
These lovely brooch bouquets by Fantasy Floral Design have been making their way around the wedding blog circuit. But even if you’ve already seen them, they’re worth seeing again! Photographed by Alice Hu.
Made by DKDesignsHawaii on Etsy, this bouquet composed of clay stephanotis flowers and Swarovski crystals is pretty realistic looking (not to mention beautiful)!
6. Tissue paper
8. Paper Butterflies
This bouquet by Yumikuki on Etsy sets our hearts “a-flutter.”
These bouquets are so unique. Crafted by Refinerii on Etsy, they are made of wire adorned with vintage crystals, pearls, and rhinestone buttons from old pieces of worn out jewelry.
Photographed by SimplyBloom, this bouquet is made up of doorknobs and drawer pulls from Anthropologie!
This elegant bouquet by Silver Sixpence is made of handcrafted fabric roses.
These images are actually from the same wedding that utilized the sola flowers in #3. Brandon and Kristen also included cotton balls in her bouquet, his boutonniere, and their decor!
This glittered pine cone bouquet would be perfect for a winter wedding. You can find DIY instructions here!
For those of you who feel like a bouquet just isn’t a bouquet without something fresh and green, what about herbs? Besides being budget-friendly, a bouquet made of herbs would smell so good. The boutonniere is by InStyle Weddings.
Whether you mix non-floral objects with flowers, or go totally non-floral, these bouquets show that it can look absolutely stunning. There are so many more possibilities. We’ve seen bouquets that included seashells, buttons, ribbons, and maple leaves just to name a few.
Let us know if you have any ideas for non floral bouquets!
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Despite her dreamy wedding blogger lifestyle, Meredith's day job is running ClassicVeils.com and a full-time mom to an active toddler. If she could, Meredith would spend her days taking cruises, helping animals in need, and watching Big Brother!