Artificial wedding bouquets have received a new word during the fashion for originality. Almost overnight, the brides got tired of white classic dresses, wedding veils typical for this event, shoes, and even bouquets.
Many began to strive for unusual things, and this created an opportunity for needlewomen to show their talent. But there are a lot of creative women, and today bouquets are not made from anything: from sweets, and from soft toys, and from ribbons.
It is not difficult to understand how this is combined with tradition, but artificial bouquets have their own charm and one important plus — they remain as a memory of a beautiful day for many years and become a symbol of marriage.
Clay wedding bouquets — pros and cons
The advantage of a clay bouquet is that it sometimes looks much more beautiful than a regular bouquet. Creative natures are able to recreate a believable form, which is aesthetically even more attractive than natural fresh flowers.
Another plus of a clay bouquet is that it will not fade. And this is convenient not only during the holiday (by the end of the evening it is not very pleasant to admire wilted flowers, especially if these are wedding flowers), but also after it — there will be something to show the children.
The disadvantage of a clay bouquet is its fragility — if you drop it, you will have to collect small fragments. In addition, throwing the bride’s bouquet will be a risky business — it can injure the invited girls or break.
The second drawback of such bouquets is debatable, because it concerns superstition. Some people believe that artificial flowers are not a wedding item, because they are a sign of eternal memory, which can be interpreted both in an optimistic and pessimistic way.
Choosing clay wedding bouquets
Clay bouquets should be chosen to match the outfit or the color of the decoration of the festive hall. It is necessary to pay attention to its lightness, the absence of sharp corners, as well as the number of colors.