This year, we've been noticing more and more brides swapping traditional bouquets for floral hoops. Carried down the aisle like a miniature wreath, this beauty from was one of the first floral hoops to catch our eye.
While suggests making these floral hoops for a bridesmaid to carry down the aisle — like the bouquet alternatives seen here — we think they would make a gorgeous bridal bouquet, too.
For example, a floral hoop full of neutral roses and succulents would look beautiful at a boho wedding on the beach.
For a rustic backyard wedding, you could load your floral hoop up with a burst of bright blooms.
Or if someone's getting hitched in the fall, they can opt for a hoop with lots of greenery and muted autumn hues.
They'd also look perfect at a cozy winter wedding.
Love the look? Make your own floral hoop bouquet with these DIY instructions .