8 Lovely Ways to Use Ribbons on Wedding Bouquets!

Red bouquet with ribbons via Brides.com

Your wedding bouquet is such a key element in your total bridal image. And we’ve noticed a lovely way to up the visual impact of the already gorgeous florals even more: flowing ribbon or fabric streamers! This simple touch adds movement, softness, and flair to the bouquet as all eyes are on you as you walk down the aisle. Looking for some inspiration? Read on!

Dress Up Your Bouquet with Ribbon or Fabric Streamers!

Wedding bouquets with ribbons from metallics to vintage lace to monochromatic to striped

1 – Swirly – Extended ribbon streamers a yard or more long create a lovely effect for a breezy outdoor wedding. Bouquet attributed to Soiree Floral, via Pink Dahlia Vintage.

2 – Smart and Sweet – A striped bouquet wrap and ribbon, especially in snappy blue and white, immediately brings a smart flair to even the sweetest bunch of blooms. Bouquet by Pat’s Floral Designs, via Eric Kelley Photography.

3 – Matching looks – Multiply the visual impact of the entire wedding party by decorating the bridesmaids’ bouquets to match yours in similar gown-length ribbon streamers. See this gorgeous bouquet from the wedding at Sweet Violet Bride.

4 – Multi-colored – Convey a playful, almost carnival-like effect with ribbons in candy colors. Image by Nancy Ray Photography, via I Love Southern Weddings.

5 – Metallics – Incorporate one of the current wedding trends, metallics, into your bouquet. Glittery ribbons in gold and silver set a glamorous tone to this elegant peony and succulents’ bouquet via Wedding Chicks.

6 – Monochromatic – So pretty in all shades of peach, this lovely bouquet uses ribbon and fabric strips to keep within the same color scheme. Bouquet by Holly Chapple Flowers, featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs.

7 – Lovely lace – This laid-back bouquet features flowing lace and peach ribbons perfect for a casual backyard wedding. Visit Brides.com for more inspiration.8 – Velvet – A luxurious velvety ribbon works beautifully in contrast to the blue and lavender hues of this country-inspired bouquet via Southern Living.

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