Are floral hoop bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?

August 14 2017 | bijouxandbits
Are floral hoop bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Cascading bridal hoop bouquet from The Peach Polka Dot

We already love flower crowns, so why aren't we turning our bouquets into circles, too? Oh, it's happening and it's amazing. Floral hoop bouquets can be tiny or huge and are perfect for hanging up behind your sweetheart table, as your ceremony backdrop, and DEFINITELY on your wall at home after the wedding. Let's take a look at a few hoop bouquets you can buy yourself.

Pro tip: if you can't find a hoop bouquet you like, look into flower crowns to carry.

Are floral circle bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Flower Hoop from Bespoke Vintage Castle
Are floral circle bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Woodland wedding hoop from Nature Happy
Are floral circle bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Bridal Flower Hoop from Farah Lynn Design
Are floral hoop bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Dalahia wreath from innocentchaoscouk
Are floral hoop bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Floral Hoop bouquet Alternative from Linden Flowers
Are floral hoop bouquets the most reusable wedding accessory ever?
Flower Hoop Bouquet from Lacey Lime

  1. I remember my older cousins using these in a different way…smaller hoops were a big thing in the late 70's – they were often covered in white satin, & touted as a way to carry your train around during the reception, instead of dragging it on the floor (before bustling them became the next go-to solution).

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  2. I had a hoop when I was a bridesmaid in the 90s (I was about eight?). Wonder if there's a good way to incorporate this with a bead bouquet to make a cascade of sparkles; could use it as a wall hanging afterwards.

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