New Bouquet Wrap Idea: Vintage Wedding Gown Material

Bridal Bouquet Wrap

I always love a creative bouquet wrap. Patterned textiles, traditional tartans or brocades, glittery wire, you name it — anything that goes beyond the standard satin ribbon is an awesome way to add some of your own personality to your most important accessory of the day. So naturally I’m a fan of these unique bouquet wraps, created by Matthew David Hopkins, the Creative Director at 360 Design Events.

These wraps are actually made of vintage wedding dress material (so you can recreate the look by shopping for an antique gown or thrift store, or using the wedding dress of an older family member). “This little touch adds depth and meaning, and gives the bouquet a sense of timelessness,” Hopkins says. “Plus, it fulfills either something old, or something borrowed.”

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