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Fabric Flower Bouquet
Browse casual bouquet options in various colors, media, and styles.
These fabric flowers were shaped by hand and are held in place with a copper-wire stem.
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It's easy to create this beachy bouquet using petal-like shells in various summery hues.
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Butterfly BouquetSilk and feather creatures secured on thin wires float and flutter realistically in this handmade arrangement.
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If you want to make your grand entrance even grander, opt for this punch-drunk bouquet, made from bell-shaped paper ornaments.
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This easy-to-make ribbon bouquet with built-in handle is a durable option for your littlest attendant.
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The luscious blooms in this paper flower bouquet are always in season; plus, they're easy to prep in advance. It only takes an afternoon to make a bouquet; all you need are a few supplies and your own loving hands.
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This long-lasting and unique bouquet was created one sparkling petal at a time using tiny glass beads.
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Blooms easily created from ribbon in a variety of textures, widths, and weaves are a lifelike alternative to real flowers.
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Instead of carrying traditional bouquets of flowers, opt for glowing lanterns that allow attendants to light up the aisle.
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A collection of vintage enamel-flower brooches was arranged to create this eclectic bouquet.
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