This New Wedding Flower Trend Is a Beautiful, Brilliant Way to Save Serious Money

Updated 10/28/16

Lisa Poggi

Instead of carrying bouquets, why not have your bridesmaids walk down the aisle wearing wrist corsages or flower bracelets, instead? Floral wristlets are a great way to incorporate your favorite flowers into your wedding day yet cost a fraction of the price of a full bouquet of blooms. And lest you're concerned that they scream "high school prom," these six chic takes on this idea will prove they're elegant and totally worthy of your wedding day.

Purple Blooms (above): Instead of carrying bouquets, bridesmaids at this wedding wore lovely flower bracelets in shades of purple around their wrists.

Cliff Brunk

Orange Flower Bracelet with Succulents: For a brighter, more modern style, we love the look of a wristlet with citrus-toned ranunculus buds mixed with tiny succulents.

Todd Hunter McGraw

Romantic Wristlets: These elegant wrist corsages consist of majolica roses and pieris, wrapped with dove-grey ribbon.

Running Wild Florals

Hellebores: Moody hellebore blossoms paired with long lengths of dusty-rose velvet ribbon? So, so chic.

Adriana Chechi

Feverfew: For a more casual, hand-picked feel, opt for a bridesmaid bracelet made of cheerful feverfew flowers.

Sabine Scherer Photography

Fresh-Flower Cuff Bracelet: This clever cuff bracelet is adorned with fresh roses, seedum, and blackberries.

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