Leanne's bouquet of duchess satin flowers and dupion silk calla lilies in a deep pink was embellished with crystals, pearls and biot feathers. The classic oval bouquet will make a stunning lasting momento of a beautiful wedding day.
Leah's bouquet was designed with her 1950's swing theme in mind. She asked for a mix of real and handmade silk roses using a palate of purples to work with the bridesmaid dresses.
The silk roses were made using four shades of dupion silk to give them texture and a luxurious sheen. Crystal pins centred each silk rose and decorated the plated ribbon bouquet stem.
The flower-girls looked precious with their silk rose pomanders.
Mary's bouquet was designed to reflect the whimsical Alice in Wonderland theme of the wedding.
Made using ivory duchess satin the flower style echoed the folds and gathering in the bridal gown.
Purple and red buttons alternated with crystal hearts as the centre with Queen playing cards tucked in amongst the flowers alongside a pocket watch.
The bridesmaids bouquets continued the purple and red colour combination; made from double faced satin with button centres and wired organza with crystal hearts they looked striking against the alternating colour of the bridesmaids dresses. The adult bridesmaids looked elegant with their handheld bouquets and the flower-girl was sweet with her matching pomander.
|Dupion Silk Rose Bouquet and Cake Toppers in Purple and Lavender|
|Purple Silk Pomander|
Paula wanted a bouquet with a rough finish in a deep purple.
The bouquet, pomander and cake toppers pictured contain handmade roses in a beautiful purple dupion silk with a wonderful wild texture.
The bridesmaid purple silk pomander and smaller cake toppers have lavender roses interspersed complementing the rich purple tone.
The pearls in the purple silk bouquet make this a truly luxurious and original choice.
|Burgundy Velvet Rose and Peacock Feather Bouque|
This bouquet was made as a keepsake replica of a bridal bouquet as a gift for my mother-in-law Mandy.
I love the idea of recreating bouquets from wedding pictures and think a keepsake arrangement would make a thoughtful and unusual anniversary gift.
Emma wanted alternative bouquets for her bridesmaids to complement her vibrant colour theme of merlot and forest green.The bouquets were made from hand-sewn ribbon roses made using double-faced satin centred with crystals.
Claire loved the idea of having a feather bouquet and posies for her flower girls. She wanted a range of purples from lilac, lavender and deep purple feathers for the posies. I used a mix of swan, duck and goose feather flowers centred with freshwater pearls to make them.
The bridal bouquet of white goose feather flowers and lavender biot feathers centred around crystals and pearls.
|Goose Feather and Biot Bridal Bouquet with P|
Liz wanted a non-flower bouquet which allowed me to really get creative for this wedding!
The feather accents on her wedding dress provided me with the inspiration to create these bouquets.
Each bouquet is made of a number of individual feather flowers centred with pearls and crystals. I think they make a stunning alternative to flowers.
Heather requested a contemporary bouquet that hinted towards an armful of flowers collected in a wild meadow. She was keen to introduce brilliant colours and had especially requested that I use gerbera daisies, sunflowers and thistles:
Heather's bouquet was tied using strips of her wedding dress silk plated to create a lovely, textured effect.
The bridesmaids and flower girl bouquets included the same palate of gerbera daisies with roses, thistles, sunflowers and bear grass. I love how vibrant the colours are in these bouquets.
My bouquet was a classic arrangement of beautiful bi-colour roses which provided a welcome splash of vibrance.
The bridesmaids had a more dramatic trio of long stem roses designed to echo the sweeping sash on their dresses.