wedding diy: farmers’ market bouquets

Some of my favorite wedding bouquets I've seen are not made by a fancy florist at all but are just a sweet and simple bundle of flowers. A perfect example is this sweet French wedding where the bride picked a bouquet of poppies the morning of her wedding.

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The flower bundles at farmers' markets are so pretty, why not just leave as is and add a pretty ribbon? I think it could be a super chic wedding bouquet and for $5, saying it's budget-friendly is an understatement! You can see my full article over at Project Wedding.

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These sweet peas smell delicious! 

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I think these tiny, variegated zinnias are so sweet and I love the combo of the windowpane ribbon.

How I love dahlia season! The blue velvet ribbon is the perfect touch to these sumptuous blooms.

Story + photos created for Project Wedding by Chelsea Fuss. Thank you to Amber Furqueron for assisting and modeling and to The Cleaners at The Ace for hosting the shoot.


  1. Ooooh! Love! 🙂 I love simple and inexpensive bouquets for brides. It just goes to show you that money isn’t everything for the wedding. I l love that this particular bride picked them the day of the wedding! How calming and serene for her I’m sure. 🙂


  2. I’m getting married next May with a tiny budget. Love this post!! My flower girls are carrying huge bunches of baby’s breath. so cheap but soooo pretty!


  3. My sweet peas were late starters this year, and I thought they would never make it above knee-high…now they are in full bloom and at the top of the canes…a bit late but I can now enjoy their lovely scent as the rest of my garden turns to Autumn! Well done Chelsea, lovely photos as always x

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