b'Alternativebridesmaid bouquetsYou want to do things differently at your wedding? Traditions are meant to be broken! That extends to your bridesmaids too. Mix up their ensemble by switching out the typical bridesmaid bouquet for something a bit more unique.T+K PHOTOGRAPHY GLORIA MESA PHOTOGRAPHYLanternsFill them with twinkly lights, flowers, flickering candles, or pine and pinecones to make this unique prop perfect for any season. Lanterns come in diverse designs, so you can have modern white, antique gold, or black train-conductor styles.Hoops & geometric shapesTypically in gold or rose gold, these hoops can have arrangements of flowers on the bottom or side. Then, your bridesmaids can hang them on the wall of the reception to serve as a backdrop to the head table or photo booth! You can replace the gold with wooden twigs for a more rustic look.Single stemWhile this can be a stem of any flower, bigger is better. Think a fully bloomed peony, a protea, an oversized dahlia, or a gardenia. These simple bouquets are affordable, elegant, and let your bridesmaids dresses shine.TambourinesPerfect for a boho wedding, tie some ribbon through the holes to make them more romantic and flirty, or replace the stretched fabric with lace or embroider it with your wedding date, bridesmaids names, or a floral pattern. You can even encircle it with flowers to make it a bit more traditional.WreathsThese are similar to hoops, but they have flowers all the way around. You could use silk flowers so your bridesmaids can hang them in their houses after the wedding as favors, or ask yourflorist to make them out of fresh flowers for a beautiful display.Use succulents to make the best of both worldsfresh plantsthat wont die!130TODAYS BRIDE|3-8 MONTHS UNTIL I DO|FLOWERS'