Is it OK to have a throw-away bouquet, or shall I just skip the bouquet toss altogether?
One of my bridesmaids has been egging me to toss my bouquet to the single female guests and it wasn't something I planned to do. I'm attaching my Nan's locket with my Grandad's artillery badge to my bouquet so they are there on my wedding day. I also planned to keep my bouquet with my wedding dress for when we plan to renew our vows. In a bid to please her I thought about making a throw-away bouquet but I now feel like that would be a scam and a lie as I'm not carrying the throw away bouquet down the aisle. My hubby-to-be is not doing a garter toss as he nor I are comfortable with anyone catching something that's been a few inches from my girly bits . We can't have a mother-son or father-daughter dance as his Mum is sadly deceased and and my Dad is disabled. Would it be OK to just scrap all four of these traditions? Thanks.