Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Unique, Unusual and Awesome bouquets

These bouquets use ordinary flowers in very unique ways. They were beautiful and awesome, just like the ladies that picked them........

This round, hand-tied bouquet of phaelenopsis orchids, pink nerene lilies, and white hydrangea really combined texture and drama to create a unique look for the bride.

This tear-drop cascade bouquet with pink roses, cymbidium orchids, hydrangea, lily grass, and jade berries was the perfect bouquet for this laid-back, garden style wedding.

Here are the cymbidium orchids again, this time in a round, hand-tied look. Even though orchids don't have long stems, we created that illusion for this bouquet.

This bridal bouquet had a very soft, romantic look. It is all white lisianthus, clustered together to create this lush, hand-tied bouquet. It took about 30-40 stems of lisianthus!

This bouquet of purple lisianthus was the bridesmaids' bouquet for the white lisi bride. All soft, delicate flowers for a gorgeous wedding day.

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