Post # 1
We aren’t going to do an official bouquet toss at the reception because there will only be two ladies there who are single – my sister and a good friend of mine – and it would be majorly embarrassing to drag them out to the dance floor to catch it.
I still want to give them my bouquet, though. I am going to have my bouquet be made of two smaller ones put together that will come apart when I take off the ribbon. I want to present each of them a half, but I’m not sure how to do it.
Can anyone think of a cute way I can present the bouquet halves to them without embarrassing them? I can’t think of anything and might just have to present them with the flowers individually, but if anyone has any other ideas, I’d love to hear them.
Post # 3
@xmasbby78: You could try to catch them during the reception when everyone’s out on the dance floor. 🙂 I like your idea!
Post # 4
Cute idea! I think you should tell them that you want a special photo with them. Then tell the women that you are hoping that they will be blessed with a wonderful relationship, and that this is your gift to them in honor of that hope and prayer!
Post # 5
Ok so you may think this is weird, but my cousin married a man from Poland and she chose to do Poland’s tradition with this. Instead of tossing the bouquet, all of the single ladies got in a circle and danced around the bride and then she took off her veil and gave it to the Maid/Matron of Honor (I think it has to be the Maid/Matron of Honor in Polish tradition). Maybe you could have all women, single and married, come out to the dance floor and do that and then present them each with a bouquet.
Also, perhaps you should have two different bouquets to give them, I don’t know what they would do with half of a bouquet.