Sunday, November 2, 2008

Worcester Art Museum Wedding - Part 1, Bouquets

This week's bride and groom were from Manhattan, and were looking for something modern, with a little edge, especially for the maid of honor.

We gave her a bouquet of 'Mocca' amaryllis, hypericum berries, 'Leonidas' and 'Camel' roses, scabiosa pods, and berzelia which was nestled in a swirl of silver wire with pheasant feathers shooting out the side.

To complement, we gave the flower girls pomanders, also with the flowers in a silver nest. More 'Camel' roses, brown mini cymbidium orchids, and hypericum berries.


The bride wanted something modern and clean to go with her dress which was making a big statement.

While the flowers were simple - phalaenopsis orchids sprays and callas - they were bold and breathtaking!



If Husband and I ever decide to have a third wedding, I might have to design it around a bouquet like this! This is truly my favorite bouquet right now!

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