Actually there are vast selection of flowers to choose from apart from rose, that is. You can or may choose orchids, calla lilies, carnations, hydrangeas and the list continues to accompany you down the aisle.
For my hand bouquet, I'm thinking of using other flowers than roses. So here are some of out-of-the-box ideas.
|The bride is using baby's breath as her hand bouquet. Picture courtesy from Snippet & Ink|
|Right: Unknown flowers. Picture from Ebay|
|Mixture of flowers than I don't know. HA HA HA|
Picture courtesy from Snippet & Ink
|Pictures courtesy from here and here|
Beautiful, aren't they? The flower is called plumeria or frangipani. Or bunga kemboja in Malay. You can have them FOC and abundantly available at the graveyard.
But it's true, right? All you have to do is ask the permission from imam of the mosque or any committee member yang maintain the graveyard in your area. Ngeeee.
For those who are interested in DIY them, kindly go to this site or here
Now that I look it, frangipani hand bouquet was not such a bad idea! Who knows, I might have one for my reception? Courtesy of the neighborhood graveyard, perhaps?
HA HA HA. Bongek Moose.
p/s: Bapak aku sure ingat aku gila and out of my mind if I suddenly ask him to pick the frangipanis at the graveyard. Other than graveyard where can I find it? I know they don't sell it at the normal florist shop.