It’s hard enough to decide on the main wedding party flowers – bouquets for the bride and her maids, boutonnieres for the groom and ushers. And then there are other non-wedding-party guests to include… fathers, mothers, grandmothers and the like. But you don’t know what they’re wearing or how they want to wear their flowers. Here are some things I saw at a recent wedding that worked with the bride’s “look” without looking like part of the wedding party.
A great alternative when your guest doesn’t want a flower on her dress or wearing it on a wrist: the Purse Corsage. Here, the bride had used white/cream in her wedding flowers, and carried it here using elegant orchid corsages pinned to the guests’ handbags.
Maybe this is more familiar in the U.K., but it made a beautiful “neutral” bout: a small sprig of heather. Simple and elegant. Even on a kid!