Yes, natural flowers have always been a very popular choice for brides, but there are several suitable alternatives for the bride who is willing to think outside the box. It is undeniable that natural flowers are beautiful, but they are also expensive and die in a week. Here is a list of favorable and equally stunning alternatives
Paper: They look kind of complicated, but they’re not. Paper comes in so many different colors. Paper flowers are definitely a fab and affordable way to decorate your day and if you keep them in a safe place and away from moisture and smoke, they will last a very long time and make a very cool keepsake.
Fabric: A fabric bouquet will add a touch of natural charm to your weddings. You can express yourself by using different fabrics like lace, satin, silk, burlap, you name it. They are easily trimmed with scissors and glued together to make the bouquet. To add an even more personal touch, you can incorporate your mother's wedding dress or your grandmothers, making the bouquet even more special and definitely priceless.
Bejeweled: Ah, the bling. What more can I say. the bejeweled bouquet is typically a meticulous collection of brooches, combined with fabric that compliments each other. If you are going for a vintage look and feel for your wedding, this is definitely the way to go.
Feathers: Feathers add a whimsical feel to your traditional bouquet. They are light and romantic and can be dyed or spray painted to match your color scheme. Add feathers of different shades and colors for an even more dramatic look.