Last weekend, I took a paper flower class. Here's the flower I made, all from crepe paper.
I had such a good time it made me think about alternative ideas to the traditional wedding bouquet. So I went on the internet to find out what else is out there. Here are my favorite nontraditional wedding bouquets I found. This is another great way to personalize your wedding if you are not particular to flowers:
A burlap bouquet. For every farm, cowgirl, rustic, outdoor wedding.
A succulent bouquet. For every desert, environmentally-friendly bride. Or if you just love having different shades of green.
A yarn bouquet. For the crafty bride in all of us.
A seashell bouquet. I didn't think it was possible to turn seashells into a wedding bouquet but this one is so pretty, I want one for myself.
A paper bouquet. There are so many different types of paper bouquets out there, but I love this one because of the colors. I look at it and think of spring fields and summer nights.
A cupcake bouquet. Can you believe these flowers are cupcakes?! They look so real. Everyone loves desserts and what better way to walk down the aisle holding a bouquet of cupcakes you and your honey can eat in the car to the reception.
I had such a great time looking for nontraditional wedding bouquets. Have you thought of using a nontraditional bouquet? What would you do?