Succulents are unlike traditional flowers yet brides everywhere are incorporating them into their bouquets. It's no wonder with their interesting shapes and appealing green colors. For a little extra dynamic to the standard bouquet, a succulent add's flair not found by any usual flower and are available year-round. For a bouquet bursting with color through roses, peonies and dahlias, the small green succulents intermingled within the blooms are charming. A couple of large gray succulent flowers also hang out towards the back to add additional size and a tender softness to all the color.
via Marianne + Joe At Marianne Wilson Photography
This bouquet has an attractive raw quality. With white roses at its center, it also incorporates golden crespedia, eucalyptus and large purple and green assorted succulents. Between the delicate nature of the roses and the waxy finish of the succulent, this is a dramatic bundle.
via Michael Moss Photography
With very few flowers in the collection, this bouquet stands out with all the golden crespedia and green succulents. So much texture and variation is included to make this bouquet a striking accessory.
via Fondly Forever Photography
For the minimalist bride, this bouquet is made complete with a fuchsia rose, a couple of pink and peach carnations and a hearty succulent surrounded by smaller ones. The simplicity and variety of color in this bouquet is endearing and enviable.
via Marianne Wilson Photography
Perfect for a fall wedding, this bouquet boasts a lot of bold color in unfinished fashion. Green and gray succulents pair nicely with bright gold and orange-thistle type flowers. Other notable additions include crespedia, as well as a large dark red dahlia and a spikey protea flower on the bottom.
via Clary Pfeiffer
Succulents are a modern detail that offers that one-of-a-kind creative accent. Hearty and original, these fearless floral finds add a natural quality unlike anything else in the wedding world today.