Many brides and grooms decide to break certain traditions when planning a wedding. This includes everything from nixing the wedding cake and going for cupcakes to skipping the throwing of the bouquet. According to The Grand Rapids Press, one way couples can break from tradition is choosing their flowers.
Kylie Skidmore is a florist in Michigan and recently came across a few new floral trends that many couples are opting for instead of the typical roses and lilies. She has seen cascading bouquets of entirely new elements including grasses and brightly-colored orchids. Some even were made entirely out of fruit, the media outlet reports.
According to the Madison Patch, a new bridal boutique has opened up in Madison, Connecticut, that is focused on the bride who is looking for a small, intimate wedding nuptials that are far from ordinary. Brides and grooms will be able to find whatever they envision for their special day.
“Everything from mismatched bridesmaid’s dresses to wearing cowboy boots under her dress,” boutique owner, Chelsea Jacob Tyler, told the news source.
Fortunately, Albuquerque and Santa Fe have many creative florists that bring your imagination to life. Click here for a list of florists in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.