Those who have a special concern to the environment such as eco-friendly brides would want to incorporate sustainable elements on each aspect of their wedding. Or perhaps, you're allergic to pollen and obviously, no one would want to suffer watery eyes and running noses on their wedding day. Other than all those possible reasons, this article is also made for brides who aren't into flowers and wondering if a flowerless wedding bouquet could be an option. Scroll this slideshow below to see our favorite picks.
Think of adding something fluffy and soft on your bouquet? Don’t hesitate to use different textures and shapes to complete the arrangement. Composing a bouquet made of cotton balls would create a dreamy vibe at your wedding.
Dried Wheat & Pampas Grass Array
On the left, this couple was not into the idea of incorporating fresh flowers on their wedding day, so the bride carried an arrangement of dried wheat bouquet. Meanwhile, pampas grass has been used quite a lot to style many weddings across the world. So, why not give it a try to feature them on your wedding bouquet too?
If you are considering an all-green bouquet, make sure you don't miss olive leaves. Not only perfect for a classic-themed wedding, you will also never go wrong if add these leaves onto your grip.
There are so many types of ferns out there. Only this time, you could artfully combine them with the other greeneries and craft it into a beautiful arrangement.
Anthurium is such a unique beauty. Actually, the plant signifies long-lasting love and friendship. Add a mix of palm or monster leaves, and you’ll have this tropical wedding bouquet in an instant!
It’s not a secret anymore how succulents are just perfect for a botanical festivity! You could feature them altogether with berries and fresh green foliage, or simply carry a single giant succulent for that dramatic look!
Ever thought of incorporating your favorite veggies on the wedding bouquet? Who else would love to do this idea?
Don't you also feel these leaves look like blooming flowers? Originating from Mexico, poisenttia leaves are also often seen during Christmas time as ornamental decoration. Other than brilliant red, you might find these leaves in other colors that are just as beautiful, such as pink, beige and peach.
The Cutest Bouquet Ever
Instead of using fresh greeneries, this bride hosted such a colorful pastel wedding and decided to carry a pompom wedding bouquet, complete with a matching-colored stuffed toy on top of it! Could you think of a more adorable wedding bouquet than this?