Same Sex Wedding Cheap wedding reception and Banqueting suites

Same Sex Wedding Cheap wedding reception and Banqueting suites

Now, first things first, let us just add a little disclaimer on this post so say that there are no ‘official’ same sex wedding flowers or specific floral styles cheap wedding reception and Banqueting suites, weddings are all about creating your own traditions, and no celebration is more perfectly positioned to do so than a LGBTQ+ wedding. That being said, sometimes it’s hard to know where to start when looking for same sex wedding bouquet ideas. Perhaps you want a matchy-matchy floral look or maybe it’s entirely unique styles that highlight your respective personalities, we love both approaches and there’s no wrong way! So today we’re serving some inspiration with a few different same sex wedding bouquet ideas and other ways to rock blooms on your day.

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Matchy-Matchy Wedding Bouquets cheap wedding reception and Banqueting suites

If you want to appear as a single unit on your wedding day matching bouquets or boutonnières are a great way to tie your whole look together. Here’s a few of our favourite matching same sex wedding bouquet and boutonnière ideas…

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Beautiful brides Aisling & Jackie chose to match with their floral choices and rocked bouquets by Kristine Hayes which were a mix of rich and light hues.

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These matching groom bouquets were a seriously stunning mix of blooms in a variety of colours and textures.

Image by Anna Kim Photography via Junebug Weddings

Image by Anna Kim Photography via Junebug Weddings

Mini succulents and blue thistle boutonnières by Bella Bloom gave these grooms the masculine and understated floral look they were after.

Image by Ali & Laura via One Fab Day

Image by Ali & Laura via One Fab Day

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While Natalie and Shannon’s dresses were different, they tied their bridal look together with matching bouquets bursting with beautiful cream roses by Red Floral.

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We love how this chic pair donned simple olive branch clippings with their slick suits, cheap wedding reception and Banqueting suites.

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Matching bouquets of bold blooms in warm tones of red and peach by Church Street Flowers were the perfect choice for this pair of stylish brides.

Image by Kristin Sweeting Photography via Brides

Image by Kristin Sweeting Photography via Brides

These soft pastel, wildflower brides’ bouquets coordinated perfectly with the palette of their wedding party attire.

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These cool kids paired their complementary blue suits with matching, contrasting red-toned boutonnières.

Mis-Matched to Perfection cheap wedding reception and Banqueting suites

Don’t feel like you have to match if you don’t want to. Every person has their own unique style, and that’s why we love complementary bouquets or boutonnières for same sex weddings. If the matchy-matchy approach isn’t for you, but you still want a look that references each other, check out these mismatched same sex wedding bouquet and boutonniere ideas

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I’m low-key obsessed with these bridal blooms! One bride chose a smaller bouquet paired with a tropical flower crown while the other went for an oversized floral beauty by RAM Floral.

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This pair of beautiful brides matched their bouquet and boutonnière by choosing flowers in soft peachy-cream tones by Vo Floral Design.

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We love how this stylish groom paired one pretty pastel bouquet by Holiday Celebrate Events and Whit Hazen to their soft-hued pink and lilac suits. Did you spot their floral ties too?!

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This couple opted for similar flowers but in different tones such as the trailing pink amaranth and green amaranth.

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Or, how about this dreamy mismatched look? This couple how choose the same florals but added trailing silk ribbons in their favourite colours.

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Same but different. These grooms chose boutonnières in the same colours but different blooms by The Bloom of Time.

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A gorgeous oversized bouquet and coordinating boutonnière was the perfect choice for this couple.

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Bold and beautiful King Protea takes centre stage in these same-but-different brides bouquets with floral design by Ginger Lily & Rose.

Break the Rules!

We love seeing two brides or two grooms with two very distinct styles. Different flowers, different sizes, different colours. No one says you need to share the same choice of flowers with your partner. Don’t be afraid to go against the grain with unexpected bouquet styles, flower crowns, corsages, floral sashes or boutonnières! Here’s just a few of our favourite alternative same sex wedding bouquet and boutonniere ideas that we’ve spotted…

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How cute are these two?! Anderson and James shared their love of colourful garden style florals with matching boutonnières as well as Anderson’s rustic bouquet and greenery crown by Petite Fleurs.

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These brides are knocking it out of the park with their style! Bride Nicole carried a bouquet full of King Protea and roses by florist Sidra Forman and not to be outdone, her partner Mackenzie rocked a custom floral sash with matching roses.

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If a bouquet isn’t for you then why not wear a floral necklace instead!? We’re loving this autumnal toned bouquet and floral neckpiece pairing by Floral Menagerie.

Image by Tahnee Jade via Nouba

Beaus, Lorenzo and Martin rocked a rustic style bouquet along with trendy dried flower ties by JCRC Events!

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Just how gorgeous are these pair?! We’re loving that beautiful lilac-hued floral wreath designed by Michelle Edgemont which coordinates perfectly with her new wife’s stunning bouquet.

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You Do You!

Remember, weddings are about celebrating your love for each other and should be personal and reflective of your relationship. Don’t follow any wedding traditions that don’t make sense to you and your other half just because you think you should! The important thing is to feel comfortable with your choices on your wedding day, and to have it reflect the two of you as a couple. In the end, it’s your day, your rules, and florists are more than happy to oblige!

To find the perfect florist to create your dream look, check out the handpicked florists in our suppliers directory.

From bouquets to centrepieces, check out more wedding flower inspiration.

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