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do you begin with wedding bouquets!? There are so many options available, the most popular being a real flower bouquet, of which there are all different shapes and sizes, round, cascade, presentation, spray, nosegay, hearts, hand-tied then you have the more unusual options being, fake flowers, jewelled flowers, felt flowers, button flowers, sweetie flowers, there are bouquets made out of things I would never have imagined – brooches!! The list goes on and on, so, for this post, I thought I would share a selection of the unique bouquets, so if you are looking for something a little quirky then these are right up your street.

Clockwise from top left: Satin, Net & FeathersHapitat, FabricAutumn Art, BroochesNoakiPaperDanAmazing – All found on Etsy


Clockwise from top left: DIYI Do Take U, Felt & Buttons Princess Lasertron, BeadedCopperglass – Etsy, Shells & Sea UrchinsStar of the East – Etsy

 Shaped floral bouquets are another fab option, they look very striking and fantastic in photos.

Clockwise from top left:  Jane Packer, Judi Checkett (flowers by Thanks a Bunch, Farringdon), Judi Checkett (flowers as before)

I think my favorite has to be the fabric bouquet by Autumn Art, the use of bows, pearls and flowers and the softness of the material against the wedding dress looks so elegant. The creativity and skill used to make these bouquets is truly inspiring and I have been amazed at just how many alternative options are available to a bride. What I love about the unique bouquets, is that you are taking home a piece of art that you can keep forever.

Kate x