I have been wanting to make a bouquet out of wood and pods for awhile now, but it is such a hard concept to describe to brides. This was the perfect opportunity to showcase the bouquet that never dies. (And isn’t tacky silk flowers!)
For this bride, I wanted to stay simple and bold. There is nothing more bold than a grouping of red anemones. I’m a big fan of all off the ruffles, gathers and pleats that are popping up in the fashion world. Since the bouquet was all one color, I took this as an opportunity to take the bouquet wrap to the next level.
This bride carried our romantic spring garden bouquet of anemones, poppies, garden roses, berzillia berries, jasmine, dusty miller, parrot tulips, scabiosa pods, grape hyacinth and ranunculus.
This model carried a purple bouquet of anemones, grape hyacinth, sweet pea, hydrangea and vanda orchids.