Your Wedding Bomboniere

From Wedding Bomboniere to Unique Bridal Bouquets

Posted on: October 9, 2010

Got a taste for something different? These amazing bridal bouquets are so divine. They’re each made out of something totally unique to your standard fresh flower bouquet.

Lollipops you say?!

Who’d have thought of using something edible for a bouquet? Well Lollipop Brides have. Sin on a stick – they’re sinfully sweet, you’re single female guests would love to catch this bunch on the night (but I’d recommend devouring them with your new husband on your honeymoon!)

Photo courtesy of Lollipop Brides

Ribbons by Twilili

While you’re at it, why not go all out on the sweets and give your guests candy in favour boxes as the wedding bomboniere.


Fabric bouquets

 Maybe a fabric bouquet you can keep forever is more your thing. Tussie Mussie Fabric Florist creates fabric floral bouquets with buttons for added effect. Very cute and affordable.

These fake floral arrangements aren’t like the ones you buy at the $2 shop, they’re beautifully bright, classy and modern. Visit Flowers by the Vase to be stunned by these beauties.

Button bouquets

Last but certainly not least, how about a bouquet made mostly of buttons! Many colours and styles to choose from, match your button bouquets to your wedding theme. A great keepsake for eternity. Check them out here at Lillybuds Bespoke Bridal.

I’m sure you’ll find something here that will take your fancy and maybe you’ll even consider not going for the standard fresh flower bunch after seeing different options that will make you stand out from the crowd.

If you’ve seen other unique bridal bouquets, please share them with us.


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