Tossing tradition out the window and adding a unique touch to the wedding, brooch bouquets are becoming more and more popular. Brooches can be collected from antique stores, Amazon, Etsy, and even the drawers at your grandmother’s house. Some brides add different touches to these bouquets like a locket of a lost loved one, or a special brooch they have had all of their lives. These bouquets are meant to be colorful and are a one-of-a-kind. Unlike floral bouquets, which dry out, these bouquets will stay with you forever and make a great keepsake or hand me down. You will continue to have a piece of your wedding day with you always. Ana Cochran from Memories for Life captured this beautiful brooch bouquet at Orange Beach, Alabama. The price for these bouquets varies depending on where you get the brooches and how much they cost. The older a brooch, the more expensive it is and vice versa. This a tedious project, but it is worth it when you can add something special and unique to your wedding.