Mrsn2020
Savvy April 2020

Do i need a throw bouquet?

Mrsn2020, on November 21, 2019 at 12:55 PM Posted in Wedding Reception 0 10
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It's only $25 for a throw bouquet from my florist but I read an article that said I could just use one of my bridesmaids or MOH bouquets for the bouquet toss.
Do I really need to buy a throw bouquet?

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  • MrsJackson
    Super October 2018
    MrsJackson ·
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    I just used my own bouquet, but I had fake flowers and wasn't too concerned about it.

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  • Future Mrs. B
    Devoted May 2020
    Future Mrs. B ·
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    I was planning on repurposing my bridesmaid's bouquets for the centerpieces, but you could definitely reuse one of the bouquets. For my throw bouquet, I'm planning on just picking up a flower arrangement from my local grocery store. $25 isn't bad though. Good luck!

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  • Melle
    Champion June 2019
    Melle ·
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    I used one of my bridesmaid's

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  • Sarah
    VIP September 2019
    Sarah ·
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    I’ve always kept my bouquet when I’ve been a bridesmaid so I think I’d feel a little weird if the bride made me give it back so she could toss it. I didn’t do a bouquet toss this time but at my first wedding I think I paid $20 for a toss bouquet so $25 doesn’t seem bad at all.
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  • Vannesa
    Expert October 2021
    Vannesa ·
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    If your bridesmaid doesn't mind then I don't see why you should buy one

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  • Cristy
    Rockstar May 2020
    Cristy ·
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    I don't think I'd want to use a bridesmaid bouquet for the throw bouquet. First, what if my girls want to keep theirs as a memento? Second, I'm kind of superstitious, which is the whole point of the bouquet toss. So, does tossing someone else's bouquet even count? In my mind, it has to be the bride's, or it's no good. lol

    I'm doing artificial flowers, and will have a small-ish "bridal" bouquet made specifically for the toss.

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  • Cher Horowitz
    Rockstar December 2019
    Cher Horowitz ·
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    I don't think you necessarily need to buy a toss bouquet. I would ask your BMs first to make sure they're fine with you using theirs Smiley smile

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  • Catherine
    VIP November 2019
    Catherine ·
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    No not if you don't want to. i bought one off etsy. simple $20 silk bouquet. only because i wanted to keep mine. thats completely up to you.

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  • Pirate & 60s Bride
    Champion March 2017
    Pirate & 60s Bride ·
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    Not if you don’t want to. We skipped the bouquet and garter toss. Too awkward.
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  • Kelsi
    Devoted June 2020
    Kelsi ·
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    We’re skipping them both too for your exact reasons! Plus we don’t want to keep interrupting the night for our guests.
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