Posted July 12, 2013 | 9 Comments
What do you think about faux flower bouquets? Would you carry fake blooms instead of fresh flowers down the aisle? The emerging trend of fake flower bouquets has become increasingly more popular among brides — and for good reason. Read on to find out why and get inspired with faux flower bouquets for your big day…
Faux Flower Bouquets
Unlike fresh flowers, faux bouquets will never wilt; they last forever. Your bouquet becomes a lasting heirloom instead of a temporary purchase. If you’re allergic to fresh flowers, a bouquet alternative won’t make your nose run or your eyes itch. And, any type of bloom is in season for silk blooms year-round!
1. Brooch Bouquet
A brooch bouquet is constructed with antique brooches and wire to form a ‘bouquet’. This is my favorite bouquet alternative style; where was it when I tied the knot? By The Ritzy Rose.
2. Button Bouquet
The button bouquet is another brilliant idea and similar to the brooch bouquet. Instead of brooches, buttons are used. This bouquet is by Lillybuds and I simply adore it.
3. Sola Wooden Flowers
Wooden sola flowers are perfect for rustic weddings. By LA Farm Girl Mercantile.
4. Sheet Music Bouquet
Turn your favorite sheet music into a bouquet! By Surroundings.
5. Vintage Fabric Bouquet
I love the touches of lace and vintage fabrics used in this fab flower arrangement. There are so many varieties available, too. By Innstyches.
6. Peony Bouquet
Love peonies year-round? These cupped peonies are some of the prettiest silks I’ve ever seen. By Jasmine Burgess Crafts.
7. Rosette Flower Bouquet
Something blue… and faux, too! By The Sunflower Stand.
8. Fabric Flower Bouquet
Your bridesmaids can carry faux flower bouquets, too! Check out this pretty style by Autumn and Grace Bridal.
9. Felt Flower Bouquet
Felt takes on a fresh new look as a wildflower bouquet. By Handmade Colectibles.
It’s your turn! Do you like faux flower bouquets? Yay or Nay? What will you carry on your wedding day?
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