A great way to keep your traditional fresh flower bouquet, while adding a twist to it, is to add succulents to your wedding bouquet. We’ve seen this trend become more popular within the past year, and we would love to see more of it. By having a mix of fresh full flowers (think hot pink peonies!), the harsher edges of succulent play off each other quite nicely. The picture to the left was taken from a post on Style Me Pretty and was photographed by Picotte Weddings.
Want to add a glam look to your ceremony? Brooch bouquets are becoming more popular. They’re great for a vintage inspired wedding, and allow you to keep your bouquet for years to come. You could even pass it along to future generations to use. The picture below is from Noaki, a shop on Etsy.com (http://www.etsy.com/shop/Noaki). Have some fun and take a look at all the brooch bouquets available on Etsy.
Fabric bouquets have just recently been brought to our attention here at Castle Farms. Sheena Lewis of Beautiful Again Bridal shared her Etsy shop with us. Best part? She’s a Michigan resident located in Ann Arbor. Her upcycled fabric wedding bouquets are a great way to be eco-friendly, as well add a distinctive twist to your wedding. Visit Sheena’s Esty shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/BeautifulAgainBridal.