5 Themed Wedding Bouquets for a Perfect Day

Brides: are you planning a themed wedding? Are you looking for a bouquet that ties into your theme beautifully? Have you wondered what accents are essential for a shabby chic, vintage, cottage chic, rustic, or woodland wedding theme? You’ve come to the right place! Today we’re sharing five themed wedding bouquets with decorative accents for five different wedding themes. Each of these handmade wedding bouquets by Smoky Mountain Woodcrafts are made with dried flowers… which means your bouquet will look and smell amazing AND last forever. No throw-aways here! Read on to find out more about themed wedding bouquets and what to look for while planning. Enjoy!

Themed Wedding Bouquets

Themed Wedding Bouquets – #1: Shabby Chic

If you’re planning a shabby chic wedding, be on the lookout for peach roses, coral and light pink tea roses, chartreuse teardrop eucalyptus, fern, grabia, and accents like lace doilies and jute twine. This shabby chic wedding bouquet has it all, including a jute twine-wrapped handle and a peach and coral bow. Perfection.

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Themed Wedding Bouquets – #2: Vintage Wedding

Planning a vintage wedding? Similarly to a shabby chic wedding, a vintage wedding bouquet could include roses in shades of pink, peach, and white, a vintage lace doily, and a jute-wrapped handle. A vintage wedding bouquet, like this one below, might also include accents like blueish gray eucalyptus, caspia, dried pimentia, and tufts of silver lambs ear. This particular bouquet includes seventeen premium roses – holy cow, that’s gorgeousness right there.

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Themed Wedding Bouquets – #3: Cottage Chic

Cottage chic brides: look for hues of teal, chartreuse eucalyptus, teal rose caspia, dusty rose caspia, and coordinating green salal leaves, along with porcelain roses (this bouquet has beautiful two inch roses) and the shop offers coordinating boutonnieres for your groom, too.

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Themed Wedding Bouquets – #4: Rustic

A rustic wedding bouquet might be chock-full of dried blush peonies, buttercream strawflowers, daisy-like flowers called ammobium, cedar roses, pumosum fern, lambs ear, light lavender candy tuft, lavender, and preserved ivory statice. This rustic wedding bouquet has all of the above, including a jute twine-wrapped handle to tie in to your rustic, country, farmhouse, or barn wedding beautifully.

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Themed Wedding Bouquets – #5: Woodland

Planning a woodland wedding? This bouquet is made of burgundy salal leaves, coordinating willow leaves, teardrop eucalyptus leaves, pink pepper berries, white rice flowers, and light cream-colored cappuccino roses. I especially love the mini lotus pods, pinecones, acorns, and chocolate-colored foxtails, all of which make this bouquet a perfectly themed accessory for a woodland wedding.

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To view more about these themed wedding bouquets, to order yours, or for coordinating accents (like corsages and boutonnieres), visit Smoky Mountain Woodcrafts, Featured Artisan in The Marketplace.

Happy Planning!


-E.

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  • http://www.bellalucefilms.com Denver Wedding Videographer

    Love the colors of the Shabby Chic and Cottage Chic the best, they all look fabulous though!

  • http://www.duryeaplace.com Jennie – Duryea Place Designs

    Oh my gosh, these are all SO beautiful! I love the colors in the cottage chic!!

  • http://www.theeventcrashers.com Steph | The Event Crashers

    My favorite of those is the cottage chic, closely followed by woodland. Great inspiration!