What's new in alternative wedding bouquets? 34 ideas that go beyond the flower #Favors & Flowers#bouquet#bouquet alternatives#brooch bouquet#fabric flowers#non-floral bouquet#paper flowers Updated Feb 26 2020 (Posted May 31 2019) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Pink Faux Cotton Candy Cone Bouquet from Sugar Soiree RVA Huge bouquets have been a total trend this year — full of flowers, greenery, and other flora that crops up in various forms each season. They're gorgeous, but you certainly see a lot of the same each time. What if you stepped away from real flowers and saw what else was out there? We're not strangers to non-floral bouquets, but I wanted to expand my search into a few newer territories: fruits, candy, pearls, beads, wheat, paper, balloons, fans, wooden flowers, felt, and more. Let's see what's new in the land of alternative wedding bouquets since the last time we deep-dove into it… Fruit wedding bouquets Country Artificial Pomegranate Fruit Bouquet from HiRusticReach Winter fruit bouquet from Fruit Boutique By Kate Fruit and succulent bouquet from Wendys Life Lovely fruit bouquet from Fruit Boutique By Kate Bead & pearl wedding bouquets Bespoke bouquet with Swarovski Xilions fromCRZy Accessories. Photo by Dave Fuller Photography Beadwork Beaded bouquet from Beaded Garden Studio Pearl Wedding Bridal Bouquet from Old VarvarA Wheat & dried flower wedding bouquets Farmhouse wedding dried arrangement from Dried Flowers By Olga Dried flower bouquet from Westerwisp Silk butterfly bouquets Silk Butterflies bouquet from Oh My Butterfly Paper flower bouquets Large paper flower roses from Katya Paperie Ancient Manuscript Paper Feather Wedding Bouquet from Paper Garden Gallery Vintage travel maps flowers from Magic Paper Crafts Copper Wedding Bouquet from Rachel Emma Studio Holographic Bouquet (with matching boutonniere!) from Rachel Emma Studio Balloon bouquet Giant Pink Balloon Bouquet from Lolas Confetti Shop Hand fans Black Cat Hand Fan from Katara Decor Store Victorian Girls Paper Fan from Victorian Mercantile Blush pink fan from Memory Wedding Candy bouquets Raffaello sweets bouquet from Up Crafts Studio Design Pink Faux Cotton Candy Cone Bouquet fromSugar Soiree RVA Smarties Candy Bouquet from Elena Handmade Gifts Brooch bouquets Star wars inspired wedding bouquet from Maddison Rocks Musical Wizard of Oz inspired bouquet from Maddison Rocks Harry Potter Style boutonniere from Maddison Rocks Teardrop cascading gold bouquet fromMemory Wedding Light-up bouquets Light Up Bouquet from Poseys and Petals Clay & wooden flower bouquets Clay wedding bouquet from Love Clay Flowers Wooden succulent bouquet from Pine and Petal Weddings Greenery bouquets Eucalyptus bouquet from Innocent Chaos Fabric and felt bouquets Pom Pom Felt Ball Flower Bouquet from Hoppsy Daisy Bright Ranunculus + Succulent Felt Flower Bridal Bouquet fromThread and Heart Knitted bouquet from Bonnies Cinematheque Related Post Ornaments, eucalyptus, and doorknobs?! 13 stunning & unusual wedding bouquets When it comes to floral trends, not a lot changes over time: bouquets are usually lush florals that are timeless and classic for the most part. But there's no reason… Read More Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Sword fights & purple kilts at this dance party wedding with an Oreo toast NEXT A NYC winery wedding with Chinese and Jewish traditions and a pup of honor Show/Hide comments [ 4 ] With how long OBB has been around, I thought, "hmm, there's no way this list can contain that many ideas I haven't seen around the site before…." And then I clicked. Catherine, this is SUCH a cool roundup! Awesome job! Reply Thanks, Morgan! This topic is definitely a common one. 😉 Reply I am very much considering forgoing a bouquet and just carrying the gorgeous 1930s beaded purse my fiance's sister gave me. It matches my gray gown beautifully and it's lovely. But I might find a way to add some flowers to it for some drama. Reply This sounds gorgeous! We’ll definitely want to see it when you have photos! Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.