A fun and animal loving couple added a petting zoo at their cocktail hour. Each animal boasted a floral collar. The goat was a favorite!

Birch bark and twine make for a perfect finish to a country bouquet.

Go with something blue for your bridal bouquet, like this narrow velvet ribbon with multiple tails.

A single spray rose with eucalyptus tied with narrow ribbon greets each guest.

Flowers on the aisle chairs can be a delightful addition to the ceremony and brings guests closer to the florals.

Many couples are adding their pet to the guest list. A floral collar for your pooch lets them in on the festivities.

Instead of traditional bouquets, consider floral hoops for your bridesmaids to carry.

Extra long stems of a bouquet can be laced with ribbon like ballet shoes for a soft, romantic look.

Decorative paper cones can be filled with with rose petals for tossing.

A vintage pearl brooch attached to the rustic twine binding of a compact bridal bouquet.

A sleeve from a mother’s or grandmother’s bridal dress is an excellent add an heirloom remembrance.

An extra special touch: a small bunch of flowers or greens at each place setting gives an extra welcome to each guest.

If you are having a welcome sign, a floral garland is a welcome addition.

Wire edged ribbon binding the stems and tied in a knot features cut dove tail ends that add interest.