If you want to use unusual floral arrangements on your wedding, a pomander is a good choice. A lush ball of flowers usually hung from a ribbon, a pomander is a quirky and pretty alternative to the usual bouquets. Opting to use pomanders also poses an advantage--they're easier to tote, and young members of the entourage will be less likely to lose them since the ribbons can be tied to their wrists.
The use of pomanders started in the Middle Ages, but now florists are getting more creative to put a fresh spin to such unique arrangements. Larger blooms are often used for pomanders, but you can also ask your florist to experiment with daintier flowers. For inspirations, see our gallery below.