We are firm believers that a bride’s bouquet is one of her most important accessories. Afterall, what other day is it socially acceptable to walk around clutching a bouquet of flowers? So when it comes to a bouquet’s wrap, it is the perfect time to use something that really accentuates it, ties in with the look of your wedding or includes something that is close to your heart.For a quaint yet chic mountain wedding, we used vintage buttons to add the same quaint feel as the decor.
(Julie Harris for Alexan Events)
Velvet adds drama and softness to a very organic bouquet on www.100LayerCake.com. And you can’t go wrong with a beautifully simple ribbon. A solid color can be wrapped and wrapped, tied in a flowy bow or shaped, pinned and ruffled for a unique design.
(Julie Harris & Jared Wilson for Alexan Events & MDF Event)
Featured by Martha Stewart, the above wrap on the right is made out of remnants of the bride’s gown which she got from her seamstress. I LOVE this! It’s such a special touch.Kristen Kuehn Designs has become one of my favorites for accessories like these, below, as well as belts and headpieces. Her style is all glam and a little bit of vintage, too.And even though the focus here isn’t the ribbon wrap with it’s special gold broach, it’s actually the bouquet that is made completely of pearls and crystals that caught my eye. Such a unique and pretty idea!
(photo by Oh Dear Photo)
Last but not least, lace will never go out of style. I think this whole look is GORGEOUS, especially the way it ties in with the lace on her dress and the subtle color of the flowers.