Your wedding is a very special day in your life. Not only is it an opportunity to celebrate your love with all of your family and friends, but it’s also a day where you get to showcase all the elements of your personal style.
What better place to start than the bouquet? While you can go the traditional route and choose a bouquet of your favorite flowers, another beautiful option is to create a bejeweled bouquet of your favorite jewelry.
You probably won’t want to toss a bejeweled bouquet to wedding guests, so it can become a treasured memento that you can keep to remind you of your wedding day. Alternatively, if you don’t want to keep all your jewelry in the bouquet forever, every time you wear a piece, you will be reminded of the day you married your beloved.
You don’t even have to limit yourself to only including jewelry in your own bouquet! As a special gift to your bridesmaids, you can also create jeweled bouquets for them to carry down the aisle and keep forever.
We’ve rounded up three of our favorite bejeweled bridal bouquets to inspire you.
Blue Flowered Bouquet
We love this bouquet because many of the jeweled items are shaped like flowers, so it’s a fun take on the traditional bouquet. Also, if you went with a blue jeweled bouquet, you could incorporate “something borrowed, something blue” pieces. It would be a lovely way for the women in your life to lend you some of their favorite jewels. For more flower jewelry inspiration, check out our Flower Power board on Pinterest.
Pearls are a timeless option, and they will look absolutely gorgeous if your wedding dress is not white. If you do have a white wedding dress and would prefer a more colorful bouquet, consider creating pearl bouquets for your bridesmaids. Adding in cameos would make the arrangement even more stunning.
Diamond and Pearl Bouquet
It’s clear why we love this bouquet: it is just exquisite. The combination of pearls and diamonds give this bouquet a beautiful variety, and the darker elements mean that it can be worn with a white dress and still stand out.
If you can’t get enough of bejeweled bouquets, be sure to follow our Bejeweled Bridal Bouquet Pinterest board, which we will be updating regularly.
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