We’re not going to knock any wedding bouquets here—hello, flowers!—but we understand the desire to have your wedding bouquet (and every last ceremonial detail) stand out from the crowd of traditional arrangements. To that end, we’ve curated a gorgeous selection of non-traditional wedding bouquets to ensure you’re far from a #basicbride on your big day. From unusual plants like amaranth to a festive non-floral alternative, see the ideas below that will hopefully get your wheels turning.
Kauffman-Mercantile Steel & Rosewood Flower Knife ($39)
Cleaning the extra leaves off tulips, and other leafy stems, is a lot easier when you have a knife as sharp as this one.
NaNa Round Flower Frog ($5)
Floral frogs are placed at the bottom of vases to stick the ends of stems into (a more eco-friendly version of floral foam). They can be adhered to the bottom of the vase with floral clay.
Terrain Long Blade Shears ($58)
Scissors – You may think one pair will do, but a variety is needed. Our kits often include paper scissors, fabric scissors, pinking shears, and garden shears.
Tape – A prop stylist always comes prepared with every kind of tape: double-sided, painter’s tape, paper tape, masking tape, gaffer’s tape, duct tape, and packing tape.
Glue – Super glue is an obvious must-have, but a prop stylist typically has a glue gun, fabric glue, and epoxy as well.