In this Oct. 25, 2008 image released courtesy of Carol Ann Vivrette, a homemade calla lily bouquet made by knitting and felting flowers is held by Carol Ann Vivrette on her wedding day in Oakland, Calif. Many brides these days are asking themselves: Why toss the bouquet when you can keep it forever? Instead of flowers, they're making or buying alternatives made from fabric, paper, even old brooches. (AP Photo/Andre Nguyen Wedding Photography)

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