Hi, lovelies! Emma here. Today we’re tackling how to wrap your bridal bouquet for your wedding. When you pick out your bridal bouquet, your florist will generally ask how you’d like it to be wrapped. Most commonly, satin ribbon is used to create a handle, which makes it easy for you to hold. Many brides are adding personalized touches on top of that, including sparkly rhinestone wraps, gold sequin ribbon, vintage brooches, lockets, and more! We’ve rounded up fourteen wraps today to inspire you. Which one do you love?
Wedding Bouquet Wraps
1. Add sparkle
If you want to add a bit of bling to your wedding bouquet, wrap it with one of these rhinestone and crystal bridal bouquet wraps from SparkleSMBridal. Plus, these wedding bouquet wraps are dual-purpose: you can remove your wrap from the bouquet and wear it as a sparkly cuff bracelet!
Here’s how it looks as a beautiful cuff bracelet:
2. Use a brooch
For a vintage wedding, we recommend using a vintage ribbon or an antique brooch.
3. Scalloped lace with burlap
Dress your rustic wedding bouquet with this scalloped edge ivory lace burlap wrap! By Just For Keeps.
4. Add a locket
Honor a lost loved one at your wedding by placing his or her photo in a locket, pinned to your bouquet. You can get an easy-to-use pin from Which Goose, shown here:
5. Wrap in a handkerchief
This handkerchief has your monogram embroidered in blue, so it also doubles as your “something blue”. Plus, you can use it for those happy tears! By Southern Ever After.
6. Keep it natural
Love a natural look? Wrap the bouquet in raffia and pearls! I love this for a beach wedding. Here’s one example:
7. Use a lot of lace
8. Tie it with rope
Perfect for a nautical wedding!
9. Use long layers of ribbon & lace
10. Give it a pop of pink
I love how this wrap has a pink ombre effect.
11. Use regular jute twine
This one is easy to DIY and works for rustic, woodland, or barn weddings.
12. Pin something on
Personalize it with your new initials pinned directly into the ribbon handle.
You can try one of these monogram pins from Monoartisan:
Or use a monogram necklace and wrap it tightly around your bouquet (from Mackenzie Treasury):
Here’s another pin we spotted which covers you for something old, new, borrowed AND blue (by Jeraly):
13. Add sequins
Long layers of sequin ribbon makes an awesome bouquet wrap!
14. Use buttons and pearls
So, tell me: what is your favorite bouquet wrap from this list?