When it comes to wedding bouquets and floral arrangements, roses seem to be the go-to choice for many brides. There’s a reason why these traditional flowers are the most popular for weddings: they symbolize love. But there’s a host of other equally beautiful flowers that you can choose from to celebrate the day you and your partner say “I do.” So, ditch the roses and try going with something different. Which one of these beautiful bouquets can you see yourself walking down the aisle with? Which flowers or plants would you use for centerpieces? If you’re in need of ideas, click on!
Echeveria, sedum, aeonium. Succulents have complicated-sounding names but there’s nothing complicated about their simplistic, understated beauty. Often green or purple in color, succulents are known for their thick, fleshy leaves. You can flaunt them all on their own or pair them with complimentary flowers for added flair and pops of additional color. Succulents can also be accented with billowy bunches of baby’s breath or bundles of lavender.