Heading Down an Aisle Near You: Hoop Bouquets

2015 was the year of the bridal flower crown. 2016 was the year of hoop chandeliers. And 2017? It's all about going circular when it comes to bridal blooms.

Ladies, meet the hoop bouquet. Essentially a small, delicate wreath made of wood or metal and decked with florals, greenery and ribbons, these unstuffy beauties are the perfect handheld bouquet for visual brides who aren’t afraid to push the envelope on tradition. Peep the glorious hoop bouquet inspo below and try not to fall in love with ’em—we dare you.  

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Ivy and anemones make a magical match when looped.


Or you can try two trends in one: an abundance of lush flower-free greenery, artfully worked into a hoop.


Rounded woven twigs entwined with eucalyptus and tea roses look perfectly rustic-chic.

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And we love this fairy-tale hoop bouquet with cool-toned greens and peach blooms for a fall wedding.


Or use a gold metal hoop to add a pop of glam and pay sweet homage to the wedding band. Bonus points for the trailing greenery.

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