These stunning features offer an alternative to fresh flowers while still adding floral touches to your wedding.
We begin with one of this year’s wedding trends – brooch bouquets. These are stunning alternative to traditional bouquets, but far more expensive. If you’re crafty, you could opt for the DIY route, but all the pieces will certainly add up so do your homework before embarking on this.
If a bridal brooch bouquet is beyond your budget, but you still want to incorporate these into your bridal party, why not consider buttonholes – certainly a less expensive item, and an easier DIY project!
Another relatively easy DIY element is a paper windmill or pinwheel. They can be used as table centrepieces or to decorate your candy buffet table. These fun patterned table numbers and menu cards tie in so well the orange and bright pink windmill table centrepieces.
These tea light candles can be used as favours or simply to decorate your tables.
The floral sashes are alternative to tradition chair cover sashes and work beautifully with chivari chairs.
So if you’re allergic to flowers or just looking for an alternative to tradition wedding flowers, we hope our ideas have inspired you.Photographer: Becca Rillo Photography
Shoot Styled By: Les Belles Affaires
Brooch Bouquets: Fantasy Florals
Stationery: Where’s the Party?
Linens: Wildflower Linens
Equipment Rentals: Archive Vintage Rentals, Signature Party Rentals Images submitted via Two Bright Lights