Post # 17
@LTD418: I’m having a paper bouquet, so my sitch is a bit different but I’m planning on splitting it into 4 little bouquets and giving one to his mom, his stepmom and my mom, and we will keep one. I thought it was a nice way to keep the bouquet and to incorporate it into a gift for the moms. You could surely do something like that so they can dry them and keep them? I don’t like the idea of destroying even a bouquet that’s made for that purpose.
Post # 18
@LTD418: I love this idea! Another option could be a bouquet, flower petals, or a crown of flowers for your flowergirl(s) if you have one
Post # 19
@bkrocks13: That’s a good idea, though I don’t think we can do that since FI’s mom is no longer with us, so I wouldn’t want to get too emotional by giving it to my mom and grandma and not be able to do anything for his mom.
I’ve added a poll with the 2 most popular options. Help me decide please!
Post # 20
I’m in the same sort of boat, I just don’t want to do a bouquet toss. Most of the people that will be invited to my wedding are already married or will be shortly. I’ve been looking into other options myself and, as someone mentioned before, I think I like the idea of giving the boquet to the couple who’s been married the longest, perhaps in exchage for some advice on how they managed to stay happily married for as long as they have.