12 DIY Wedding Bouquets That Are As Unique As The Bride That Carries Them

This time of year is my absolute favorite, and do you know why? Weddings! I love going to weddings, and I love planning them even more. We have done so many DIY weddings in my family over the years that I just couldn’t possibly imagine doing it any other way. We do everything for family weddings from catering to making our own flowers, which is what brings me to this post. I have a list of 12 DIY wedding bouquets that you can make for your own wedding. These DIY bridal bouquets are as unique as the bride that carries them and they are all super easy…not to mention cheap…to make.

12 DIY Wedding Bouquets That Are As Unique As The Bride That Carries ThemTraditional bouquets are great and all, with their carnations and roses and baby’s breath, but these DIY bridal bouquets go beyond traditional. They are so unique and made with everything you can imagine. Have you ever thought of making a wedding bouquet with crocheted flowers? How about book page flowers?

I’m telling you, these DIY wedding bouquets are unique and you are going to love each and every one of them. If you are planning a DIY wedding, you definitely want to check these out. And, be sure that you take a look at my list of 25 DIY wedding photo displays, too.

If you really want something different for your wedding, these DIY bouquets are perfect. There are bouquets in here that are going to match your wedding, no matter what your specific theme or design is.

These are all so super simple to make and are breathtaking when they are finished. if you are going for unique at your upcoming wedding, these DIY bouquets are definitely going to fit the bill. And, if you plan on DIYing your wedding, you also want to check out these 35 breathtaking DIY wedding decorations for a rustic wedding.

1. Simple Rustic Baby’s Breath Bouquet

Simple Rustic Baby’s Breath BouquetIf you are planning a rustic farmhouse style wedding, this baby’s breath bridal bouquet would be perfect. You don’t even have to include any other flowers unless you just really want to. Baby’s breaths are gorgeous all on their own…and they really don’t get enough credit for their beauty. This is the simplest bouquet you could put together. I found one on Etsy for just $21 and you have your choice of stem wrap colors.

Source/Tutorial: etsy.com

2. DIY Book Page Flower Bouquet

DIY Book Page Flower BouquetIf you want something really unique and really romantic, you have to check out this book page bridal bouquet. DIY book page roses are super simple to make and they have such a beautiful look about them. If you are planning a rustic wedding, book page rose bouquets are an excellent choice. You can leave them as they are – older books make more rustic looking roses – or paint your pages before you make your flowers.

Source/Tutorial: offbeatbride

3. Gorgeous DIY Butterfly Bouquet

Gorgeous DIY Butterfly BouquetYou don’t really even have to carry flowers in your bridal bouquet. Take a look at this beautiful DIY butterfly bouquet. If you want something a bit unique and stunning, this is a good one to choose. It’s really easy to make from butterfly décor. You just look for butterflies that can be used as picks for bouquets but in this case, they will become the entire bouquet. You could even add a few to a traditional flower bouquet if you just want a little bit of unique.

Source/Tutorial: hillcitybride

4. DIY Vintage Inspired Buttons And Beads Bouquet

DIY Vintage Inspired Buttons And Beads BouquetDoesn’t this lovely bouquet make you think of the 1920’s? It is definitely inspired by vintage fashion and it is an absolutely beautiful bridal bouquet to carry on your special day. You can make this with any collection of beads and buttons and if you tend to craft a lot, and have quite a few on hand, this one is really cheap to make. You could also add craft feathers and other embellishments to really make it stand out.

Source/Tutorial: offbeatbride

5. DIY Crocheted Flower Bouquet

DIY Crocheted Flower BouquetCrochet a few flowers and make your own wedding bouquet! This is super simple and it is perfect if you are someone who loves to crochet. You could do the flowers all the same or mix them up a bit and make it extra special. Just imagine your bridal bouquet filled with DIY crocheted roses! The stitches for this one are really simple or you could just use crochet flower patterns that you are already comfortable with. Either way, this is definitely a unique bridal bouquet!

Source/Tutorial: maizehutton

6. All Wildflower Bridal Bouquet

All Wildflower Bridal BouquetWho says you need roses in your bridal bouquet? You could simply head outdoors and pick a handful of wildflowers. Wildflowers are gorgeous in their own right and can be used to create the most stunning bridal bouquets. If you don’t have any wildflowers in your area or you are getting married during the colder months when wildflowers aren’t as readily available, you can check out this wildflower bouquet on Etsy. It’s $40 and includes a number of wildflowers, all dried to last longer.

Source/Tutorial: etsy.com

7. Gorgeous DIY Fabric Flower Bridal Bouquet

Gorgeous DIY Fabric Flower Bridal BouquetThis lovely bridal bouquet is made from all fabric flowers, which are so simple to DIY. You can use floral hair clips and other things to embellish this one, as well. If you are doing a rustic wedding, burlap and white lace fabric flowers would be gorgeous. Otherwise, you can just make the fabric flowers in whatever colors that you need to match your DIY wedding décor.

Source/Tutorial: rocknrollbride

8. DIY Fresh Flower Bouquet

DIY Fresh Flower BouquetOkay, so a fresh flower bouquet isn’t that unique, but you should know how to DIY one just in case that’s how you want to go with your wedding. First, you have to decide what types of flowers you are going to use…something traditional like roses or carnations or something a bit more unique like calla lilies or daisies. Once you have chosen your flowers, the rest of putting your DIY bridal bouquet together is really simple.

Source/Tutorial: millennialboss

9. Unique DIY Giant Paper Flower Bouquet

Unique DIY Giant Paper Flower BouquetImagine having just one flower to carry down the aisle. With these DIY giant paper flowers, you can. These are so unique and gorgeous and you can make a giant paper flower for everyone in your wedding party. For your bridal bouquet, maybe add a few smaller flowers, too. These giant roses really are gorgeous and they’re perfect for adding to your DIY wedding decorations, too.

Source/Tutorial: greenweddingshoes

10. DIY Knob And Pull Bridal Bouquet

DIY Knob And Pull Bridal BouquetHow great is this gorgeous DIY bridal bouquet that you can make from drawer pulls and knobs? It’s super easy and makes such a statement! You don’t care what tradition dictates…you’re going to do your own thing and this knob and pull bridal bouquet is definitely doing your own thing. You can make this with thrift store finds and get it done really cheap if you don’t have any old drawer knobs and pulls to use for it.

Source/Tutorial: 100layercake

11. Luxury Pearl Bouquet

Luxury Pearl BouquetIf you want something really luxurious and a bit more formal than paper flowers and dresser knobs, this luxury pearl bouquet is an excellent choice. You can make this yourself with just a few supplies from your local craft store. Silver brooches, crystals and pearls make it up and give it such a luxurious and elegant look. If you don’t want to make this one yourself, you can get it on Etsy. It’s a few hundred dollars but definitely worth it for this gorgeous bouquet.

Source/Tutorial: etsy.com

12. Pom Pom Flower Bouquet

Pom Pom Flower BouquetIf you want something a bit whimsical and fun, this pom pom flower bouquet is perfect. You make this with yarn pom poms, which by the way are the easiest things to make. You can choose your own colors and choose to have as many yarn pom poms as you want in your bouquet. This is a really cute one and it’s super easy to make. It’s also perfect for your flower girl! Pom pom bouquets are great projects to make from leftover yarn.

Source/Tutorial: camillestyles

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