Having a beach wedding? Look not further than this starfish. Pin it on its own or with fresh flowers for an extra colour boost.
Who says you have to wear a flower corsage on your wrist? We love the idea of having a flower anklet, perfect if you’re having a beach or boho wedding.
Feathers are a great choice if you’re not into flowers. Here, they are paired with acorns for an autumnal feel, but you can easily use peacock feathers for a more exotic twist.
Like a badge of honour, this badge buttonholes make for the perfect souvenir too, You can get personalised ones too, for example, you could get the ring bearer one that says, ‘ring security’.
A bit of a fun play on words, plus a pretty finishing touch to boot. If you don’t fancy buying this, you can easily make your own to fit in with your colour scheme.
You might have seen this trend doing the rounds, but you can’t beat a fun lego buttonhole, especially if it’s a little groom figurine like this one.
For those with a sweet tooth, what could be better than a lollipop buttonhole, which you can nibble on if you’re hungry later. For a Christmas wedding, swap it over for a festive candy cane.
Make your groom and ushers stand out with a mini foliage wreath. It’s guaranteed you will surprise your guests.
Rather than a single flower tied with ribbon, why not try a full-on floral wreath. The effect is quite breathtaking.
A great way to incorporate your ‘something old’ is to get ushers and bridesmaids to wear a vintage brooch or pin, which can be a family heirloom and work as your ‘something borrowed’ too.
Lend your wedding a fairground feel with a fun pinwheel.
Get your bridesmaids to walk down the aisle with a flower hoop instead of a bouquet or corsage. It’ll double up as a beautiful decoration too.
It doesn’t get much prettier than a necklace made of actual flowers.
And you thought it didn’t get much more interesting than a corsage… try a floral belt! No other accessories needed.
Whether the groom is into guitars or cars, a toy to reflect his passion is a great way to add your stamp on the big day.
Want a quirky way to weave your love story into your wedding day? Try a buttonhole made out of a map of a place that’s special to you, for example where he proposed.
Fabric flower corsage
At least these flowers will never welt.