Traditionally, catching the bouquet at a wedding is seen as a way to predict which single woman at the wedding will be the next to get married. If you are already engaged, whether you should catch the bouquet or not depends on your personal beliefs and the dynamics of your relationship.
Catching the bouquet when already engaged could be seen as a sign of good luck for your own upcoming marriage, and a celebration of the love and commitment you already share with your partner. It may also be seen as a fun and playful gesture, and a way to show appreciation for the couple getting married.
On the other hand, some people may find it disrespectful to catch the bouquet if they are already engaged. They may feel that it detracts from the tradition of the bouquet and the significance of the ceremony.
They may also feel that it could be seen as dishonoring the idea of being engaged, which is a serious and committed state in many cultures.
Ultimately, it is a personal decision and it is best to follow your own instincts on what feels right and respectful for you and your partner. If you decide to catch the bouquet, it’s important to be respectful and understand that some people may have different beliefs and perspectives on the tradition.
You can always express your gratitude to the couple getting married in other ways, such as participating in the wedding or sending them a thoughtful gift.