People who care about the environment will definitely want to use environmentally friendly elements in every aspect of their marriage. This article is written for the bride and groom who are looking for something unique besides flowers and is considering whether a wedding bouquet without flowers can be an option.
- COTTON CANDY
Feel free to use a variety of textures and shapes to complement your floral arrangements. Bouquet arrangements made of cotton balls will create a dreamy atmosphere at your wedding.
- DRIED WHEAT & PAMPAS GRASS ARRAY
In the picture above, the couple did not plan to use fresh flowers on their wedding day so the bride brought a bouquet of dried wheat leaf composition.
- OLIVE BRANCHES
If you are considering a green bouquet, make sure you don’t miss the olive leaf. Not only is it perfect for a classic wedding, you will also never be wrong to add these leaves to your bouquet!
- FERN-FILLED ARRANGEMENT
There are so many types of fern grass out there. You can combine it beautifully with other leaves and make it a beautiful bouquet. So unique right!
- ANTHURIUM CHARM
The beauty of anthurium is indeed quite unique, moreover this plant signifies long-lasting love and friendship. Add a mixture of palm leaves or monstera and you will have a tropical wedding bouquet in no time!
- SASSY SUCCULENTS
It’s no secret how succulents can be the perfect complement for organizing botanical parties! You can display it together with fresh fruit and green leaves or just bring one giant succulent for a dramatic display!
- VEGETABLE GALORE
Have you ever thought of using your favorite vegetables in a wedding bouquet? This idea is very interesting and unique. You can impress guests with this idea.
- BLOOMING POINSETTIA
Don’t you also feel that these leaves look like blooming flowers? Poinsettias leaves originating from Mexico are also often found in Christmas ornaments. Not only dark red, this leaf turns out to have other colors that are not less beautiful like pink, beige, and peaches.