Save the roses for Valentine's Day; your unique Tahoe wedding needs something a little more special, something with a little more "wow." Plus, you're a modern bride, so why not opt for unconventional flowers? Out with the old, in with the new. Your wedding day is representative of a new life, and your bouquet is a great way to reflect adventure and newness. Yes, orchids are lovely, but we've found the real crowd-pleasers. Your guests will ooh and ahh over bouquets made of succulents (bonus: they'll last a long time post-wedding), pine cones (you are having a Tahoe wedding, after all), vegetables, herbs and more. There's no right way to make a bequest, but there is a wrong way: by going run-of-the-mill. Make this day yours—pick the bouquet that really speaks to you.
Chelsea Nicole Photography
Succulent bouquet. Chelsea Nicole Photography
Francis Joseph Photography
Veggie Bouquet. Francis Joseph Photography
Rosemary accents. Paula O'Hara Photography
Christine Clark Photography
Christine Clark Photography
Feather and Stone Photography
Sage. Feather and Stone Photography
M&J Photography
M&J Photography
Brooch bouquet. Forever and After Photography
Brooch bouquet. Forever and After Photography
Annie McElwain Photography
Annie McElwain Photography
Deer Pearl Flowers Photography
Deer Pearl Flowers Photography
Rustic Weddings Photography
Rustic Weddings Photography