Unique wedding bouquet #Favors & Flowers#BIPOC#bouquet#bouquet alternatives#flowers#ohio Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Jun 23 2009) Ariel findyourafterglow I'm not even sure what to call this style of bouquet, as I've simply never seen anything like it. It's sort of an extreme cascade, or maybe a double crescent? Any florists in the house want to help me describe the style? Regardless of what it's called, it's damn dramatic and unlike any I've seen elsewhere… The photographer, Cory Ann Photography, explained that Kate the bride "wanted wildflowers in a style like she gathered them from the field." To check out more shots from Kate and Ravi's wedding, head over to Cory Ann's blog. Ariel Author of three editions of the Offbeat Bride book and From Shitshow To Afterglow, Ariel Meadow Stallings acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives in Seattle with her son, and if she's not writing or scrolling, chances are good that she's dancing or happy-crying. To follow her latest work, join join The Afterglow, for exclusive access to essays, videos, online courses, and more. PREVIOUS Announcing the winner of the Gothic Charm School giveaway NEXT Sabrina's Amazing Wedding Dress Paintings Show/Hide comments [ 14 ] Wow, that is an 'interesting' bouquet. It is very dramatic like you said, I think it would require a special kind of bride to carry it off. Reply This actually looks like a really awesome wedding with some nice offbeat details. I love love love the arch and flowers – really pretty backdrop for a wedding in a field! The guests throwing lavender instead of confetti is a really nice idea, too – it must have smelled gorgeous on a hot day. Reply I wish there were pictures of her coming down the aisle — I'd like to know how you are supposed to hold it. I wonder what the inspiration was for a doubles-sided bouquet like that. Very pretty arrangement. Reply im a florist and what it looks like is just two cascading bouquets connected….im sure someone has a name for it but it rocks!!! Reply it looks like a heart ! awesome ! Reply I dunno, when I first saw it I thought it looked like one of those floral wreaths they put around the neck of winning racehorses… and now I can't get that image out of my head. 🙂 Reply I'm loving her color platte! Even the MOB's corsage looks amazing. Reply WANT. Even if it does look like the roses from the Winner's Circle. Reply […] a SpireaPaper Flowers Holy MatrimonyBridal Flowers: Back to BasicsRelated Blogs on wedding bouquetsOffbeat Bride | Unique wedding bouquetNontraditional wedding bouquets!Your Wedding Bouquets – Can they take the heat? | Home & Garden […] Reply It's a very almost vintage style, the cascading bouquets were really popular in the 1920's. I've never seen one like this but it is really neat! Reply I'm a florist and i would call this a crescent to the extreme, it's lovely and different. Reply I hope the bride doesn't mind – I borrowed the idea for my own bouquet! 🙂 Reply This style of open bouquet was used by medieval brides, often woven with herbs and greens (even garlic!) and was meant to ward off evil spirits. Reply I completely will share this blog with my brides because I do have any questions regarding bouquet . Quite frequent in the industry this is very important for a bride to have . Thank you for the information . 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.