Ribbon Box Events Blog

March 30, 2011

Inspiration: Unique Flower Girl Tosses

Nowadays, brides are looking for more and more ways to personalize their nuptials to make them a true reflection of their personalities and relationship. One small detail can be your flower girl and if toss. Read below for some inspiration (and adorable little girls!)

There’s certainly nothing wrong with the classic tradition of flower petals…

Image from Jam Bands


Having a winter wedding? Embrace the snowflake! These snowflake shaped petals are a subtle way to bring it all together :

Our clients Lindsay and Ryan used these along with white lanterns and a blue runner to line their aisle at Sequoia in January 2011:
I love this ostrich feather accented basket- just pop a few feathers in, and send her down the aisle!

Image from The Bridal Party

Having a fall themed wedding? Consider tossing clean leaves….

Image from Webshots

Evening/whimsical, even a New Year’s wedding? I love this little girl tossing metallic, shimmery stars on her way to the aisle! Against a dark runner or floor, they will really pop!

Image from Charlotte Geary Photography

I love garden weddings- and if you have an older flower girl, consider giving her long stemmed flowers (gerberas are available in a wide variety of colors and have sturdy stems) and she can pass a few out to guests on the aisles as she makes her way down the aisle.

Image from Charlotte Geary Photography

Oceanside? She could toss shells (but be careful they are not sharp- we certainly don’t want her cutting yourself, or dropping harsh shells for you to step on!) Starfish would be great as well…

Image from Wedding Bee


There are so many possibilities the key is really cohesion and bringing all these small details together into the big picture! Not sure how to move forward? Contact Ribbon Box Events for a consultation and learn how we can help you bring your wedding dreams (and more!) to life!


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