TME's Wedding Word of the Week - Toss Bouquet

Toss Bouquet [taws boo-kay] – Often times, the traditional ornate Bouquet a Bride uses when she walks down the aisle is kept as a keepsake. During the customary “bouquet toss” during the wedding reception, a smaller bouquet can be used for the bride to throw to the unmarried women in the room. It is said that the woman who catches this bouquet will be the next to marry. When selecting your bouquet, your florist will discuss the different options available for your tossing bouquet. Similar to what you will walk down the aisle with, your florist can make a lighter and smaller arrangement for you to toss to your guests. Therefore, you can keep your bouquet while also giving a special reminder of your wedding day to one of your guests.