For a chic (and way more affordable!) alternative to a full bouquet, why not send your bridesmaids down the aisle carrying a single, striking bloom? Drop-dead gorgeous flowers like peonies, garden roses, and dahlias command attention on their own, so there's no need for extra embellishments. These six examples of single flower bridesmaid bouquets help prove our point.
Magnolia (above): A single creamy-white magnolia blossom paired with a sprig of leaves is so classic and chic.
Photo: [Picotte Photography](http://picottephotography.com/)
Coral Charm Peony: Instead of a full bouquet, pair a pale-pink bridesmaid dress with a bright-pink peony.
Photo: [Josh Gruetzmacher](http://www.joshgruetzmacher.com/)
Garden Rose: A pretty Juliet garden rose is such a romantic bloom to carry down the aisle.
Photo: [Diana Marie Photography](http://dianamarieblog.com/)
White Peony: You can never go wrong with classic white. Case in point: this crisp-white peony, which looks perfectly elegant all on its own.
Photo: [Brittrene Photography](http://brittrenephoto.com/)
Dahlia: A single, densely petaled dahlia is a stunning choice for your attendants.
Photo: [Emily Weis Photography](http://www.emilyweisphotographyblog.com/)
White Rose: Mix in some greens and berries to complement a beautiful white rose.