Tradition of the bridal bouquet toss: alternatives to this tradition
The tradition of throwing the bridal bouquet t is well known and loved by all. This is one of the most long-expected moments of any celebration. However, you can make it even more amazing and interesting, if approach to it with imagination. We introduce you with the alternatives of this tradition!
How does the traditional throwing of the bridal bouquet take place? All unmarried girls and single women get together, usually amongst, then the bride turns them back and throws the bouquet back. The one who catches the bouquet is said to be the next who will marry.
The tradition of throwing the bouquet is wonderful in itself, but you can make it even more beautiful, fun and interesting.
Alternatives to the traditional throwing of the bouquet:
1. The bride puts on ribbons into the hand by which she holds the bouquet and the amount of ribbons are equal to the number of unmarried girls. One ribbon she tightly binds to the bouquet. Each girl chooses one of the free ends of the ribbons; all stand in a circle and all together pull the ribbons. That one, who holds the tied ribbon, becomes the owner of the bouquet. It can be done also in another way: all the ribbons bound to the bouquet and wrapped around the hands a few times, bridesmaids taking up the free ends of the bouquet and “untwist” the bride, and then she cuts the ribbons with scissors. The one, whose ribbon will be the last, gets the bouquet.
2. The bouquet can be hidden in a trunk. Prepare a bunch of keys and propose each girl to choose one of the keys. “The winner” is one, whose key fits the lock.
3. If you want to bring happiness to not only one, but to all unmarried girls at your wedding, you can order a "composite" bouquet which will be split into several parts during the throwing.