Alternative wedding decor has become increasingly popular in the past few years. One noticeable trend is the flower-less wedding bouquet. These bouquets can be a lot of fun, are perfect for the environmentally friendly event, and will keep much longer than your traditional cut arrangement. This bouquet also provides additional opportunities to add personal, family touches to the wedding. In the vintage brooch bouquet one could easily include an heirloom family pendant. You could also make some of the fabric flowers out significant family pieces like your grandmothers left over quilting patches or old family clothes. To commission a flower-less bouquet one of the best resources is etsy.com. Otherwise, you can rely on your wedding planner or a crafty friend to help construct your vision! Below are a few inspirational images.
From top to bottom these arrangements can be found at Marthastewart.com, ruffledblog.com, onehappygirl and Milkpodstudios.