This amazing tan orchid with pink veins looked amazing in this bouquet
An orange and pink bridal bouquet for a “Hawaiian” theme wedding
Although it was a Hawaiian themed wedding, the bride wanted more traditional flowers so we brought in white freesia that were reminiscent of plumeria
These unique tan and pink orchids brought a touch of tropical
The starting bouquet created in shades of green including hydrangea, green trick carnations, sedum, rosemary, poppy pods, green chrysanthemums, ti leaves and a moss orb.
The light green Mega Beaded wire intertwined in this bouquet added a touch of modernity for the bride who likes a little something different
Adding in more natural elements like the curly willow, eucalyptus pods and seed pods turned the green bouquet into a natural and earthy statement.
Stem wrap treatment using 2 shades of bullion wire
Three shades of carnations combined to make this bridesmaid’s bouquet. Grouping the colors together keeps it from looking like polka-dots
A great way to differentiate a bridal or maid of honor bouquet is to add a touch of glam with jewels or crystals
I love this Diamond Wrap that can be used on a stem wrap, around vases or applied to corsages & boutonnieres
A traditional combination of roses and hydrangea get an natural makeover with grasses and pods
Adding interesting foliage keeps these hydrangeas from looking to rounded for this bride who wanted a looser, more natural feel
Green, peachy-coral and purple bridesmaid’s bouquets
One of my favorite bridal bouquet creations to date…the David Austin roses in this were just stunning!