Florist Patricia Hall shares a how-to guide to making your own wedding bouquet at Love & Lavender that includes how to choose flowers, the supplies you will need, and instructions! {Photo via ABIA Weddings}…

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The sweet fragrance, rich color and old-fashioned charm of lilacs make them the perfect flower for a wedding bouquet. Elizabeth Anne Designs shares a garden full of lilac-themed bouquets, including a DIY tutorial at this lovely post.…

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Shells are the perfect accent for a beach or destination wedding! Jet Fete shares sophisticated ways to incorporate shells in your wedding theme, from bouquets, to chandeliers, centerpieces, and much more!…

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Create an alternative to a fresh flower bouquet using paper flowers coated with an enamel finish! Get the tutorial by Danielle of DSMeeBee at One Stylish Bride.

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Get a “recipe” for a romantic pink wedding bouquet {and view that stunning chair} at The Wedding Chicks!

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Lots to love about this modern, non-traditional wedding featured at Capitol Romance, but one of my favorite details is the use of clutches instead of bouquets for the bridesmaids and the bride! Unique, and very chic!…

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If you’re planning a rustic wedding be sure to check out this tutorial for a burlap bouquet at La Belle Bride! Lots of photos, step-by-step instructions, and even a video make it easy to create your own!

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I love lavender, so of course I had to share this beautiful post from Elizabeth Anne Designs that shares a variety of ways to use this fragrant bloom for weddings. Click here for all the lovely lavender inspiration!…

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Make your wedding bouquet uniquely your own with 9 creative ideas from Wedding Thingz.…

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From boutonnieres to the beach, baby’s breath is a surprisingly versatile bloom! Rebekah at Intimate Weddings shares creative ways to use this frilly flower no matter what your wedding style or season!…

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