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Dried Flower Bouquets for Weddings

by Emma Arendoski

If you’re looking for pretty, natural, and minimalist bouquets, look no further! Dried flower bouquets for weddings + decor is a trend that is here to stay — we’re here for it! :) Read on to see which dried flower bouquets for weddings and centerpieces made our list of most-sought-after for this season. Subscribe now for the latest to your inbox.

Hi, loves! Do you love the look of flowers but you don’t like how they wilt so quickly? How about the fact that after the wedding, you have to toss your bouquet in the trash, never to be seen again?

Well, there’s a solution for that: dried flower bouquets for weddings! If you’re wondering what kind of dried flower bouquet ideas are out there, and which bouquets would work well for weddings, we’re here to help with dried flower bouquets for your wedding bouquet, bridesmaid bouquets, and dried floral arrangements for centerpieces and decor.

What makes dried flower bouquets such a huge trend this year? Well, your wedding date could change (but we hope not!) and you won’t have to re-order flowers if needed. These can be purchased and set aside (in a nice cool, non-sunny location) until the big day arrives. Plus, you’ll love how these dried flower bouquet wedding ideas promote sustainability and less waste. You can even gift these floral arrangements to your family and friends after the wedding — and save your dried wedding bouquet for yourself! — to enjoy these blooms for years to come.

Let’s get started!

Dried Flower Bouquet for Wedding


Beau-coup Wedding Favors

Small Pampas Grass + Blush Bouquet

Oh, I want this for the desk in our office! It makes perfect dried flower bouquets for weddings. By Fernandsunpalm.

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This one, too, with incredibly rich rust color and pampas grass. What a stunner! Also by Fernandsunpalm.

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These dried flower bouquets would work great for weddings as bridesmaid bouquets. I adore how they’re wrapped in burlap — a nice touch for the bouquet handle! By WedcoHandmade.

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Want a pop of sunny color? Go for this charming botanical bouquet with dried flowers, wildflowers, and eucalyptus. By HBotanicsWeddings.

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By NustadFamilyRanch.

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By POGHOaccidentally.

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By LoboFloral.

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rusticgem


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By Easyhappytime.

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By The Flower Patch.

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This one, too!

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Want something blue? This dreamy arrangement features pops of purples and blues by Thehoneyandthemoon.

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I love this simple, yet elegant, natural dried bouquet. You can use it as a centerpiece decoration or as bouquets throughout your wedding. By Booksandetcetera.

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Love lavender? Choose a dried flower bouquet wedding style with this lavender bunch, wrapped in burlap. By HBotanicsWeddings.

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By TheFlowerPatch.

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These minimalist dried flower bouquets are a dream come true! By UntilWeWed.

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Planning for a fall wedding? Choose this rich autumnal dried flower bouquet for your wedding flowers, boutonnieres, bridesmaid bouquets, and corsages. By 7LeafShop.

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Dried Flower Arrangements Wedding

Place dried flower arrangements in jars, in propagation stations for walls, in these decorative bottles, or these sweet vases from AimGoFloralDecor. You can get the dried flower arrangements and vases, all-in-one!

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Prefer these charming bottles? Sure thing! Get them here.

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Feel like a little dried flower DIY? You can buy these dried flower stems to use as decorations, hair accessories, arrangements, etc. By LarkspurHill.

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What do you think of these dried flower bouquets? Are you using fresh florals or dried flower bouquets for your upcoming wedding? Tell us in the comment box below!

Happy Planning!

xo
Emma



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