Corsages are a traditional gift for VIP guests outside of the wedding party: important peeps like the mothers of the bride and groom—including grandmothers, godmothers and stepmothers—and, in religious ceremonies, the passage reader. A more modern take on these traditional tokens of recognition is a graceful fresh-floral bracelet, like this one created by Robert Upwall with Salt Lake City’s Every Blooming Thing.

Floral Wedding Jewelry
Photo by Adam Finkle

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Melissa Fields is a wife, mother, freelance writer, editor and—since the moment she migrated to Utah from Michigan more than 25 years ago—a huge fan of the Wasatch Mountains. A few of the outlets Melissa writes and edits for include Salt Lake Magazine, Park City Magazine, Utah Bride & Groom Magazine, visitutah.com and downtownslc.org. When not wordsmithing at her laptop, Melissa spends her time volunteering, hiking, pedaling, skiing, rock climbing and playing her guitar.