Wedding Bouquet Wraps, Holders and Handles Ideas

The beauty of a wedding bouquet doesn’t just stop at the flowers, it is also found in the details… the wrap. Have you decided on how you would like to “personalize” your bouquet holder? There are so many ways to bring uniqueness and personality to your wedding day and the bouquet wraps are a perfect place to start. As every other wedding detail, inspiration for your bouquet wrap can be found all around you! It can be pulled from activities you love to do together as a couple, from your wedding theme and colors and even from your wedding dress. Although the possibilities are endless, here are some ideas I adore.

A timeless and oh-so elegant option is to tie ivory ribbon around the handle with several pins to hold the ribbon in place. The pins can mimic the button treatments on the back of your wedding gown or serve as a decor accent. You can even ad a matching crystal brooch or some pearls.

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Lace bouquet wraps are supper trendy and they look very elegant. If you are wearing a lace wedding dress, consider maching the bouquet wrap with to your gown… it looks lovely! I love how they added the ruffles at the bottom of the wrap to completely mimic the bride's dress. BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photography: Nadia D. Photography // Floral Design: Edge Design Group // via: SMP}

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 If you want to add a POP (pop of color) to your bouquet choose a holder made out of ribbon or fabric on your wedding colors. Fabric – including lace – would allow you to incorporate texture and patterns, as well.

Adding  brooches, rhinestones and charms are great way to bring your wedding theme to your bridal look in a settle and elegant way. Many brides include an  object with sentimental value like a family brooch or cameo.
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BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photography: Darin Fong // Floral Design + via: Karen Tran}

For the rustic bride nothing better than burlap

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Or choose something totally out-of-the-box… (image sources: 1 | 2 | 3)
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