Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A Little Something Extra

Sometimes, the key to making your wedding unique isn't all about coming up with tons of original ideas.  Just adding a little something extra, and unexpected, can go a long way.  For example, utilizing special and personal embellishments in your bouquet makes for a "fine as fivepence" result.  Ever considered adding rocks, sheet music, magnets, cotton balls or buttons to your bouquet?  Talk about wow-factor!  But don't knock it before you try it.  Check out these funky bouquets by some of the industries most coveted floral designers, as seen in New York Weddings magazine:

Saipua
Kyanite rock, amaryllis, carnations, ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, and scabiosa pods.

Kimberly Sevilla
for Rose Red & Lavender
Circus roses, gloriosa lilies, astilbe, ranunculus, anemones, tillandsia, blackberries, and sheet music.

Elan Flowers
Cymbidium orchids, Vendela roses, calla lilies, blackberries, and Magnetic Poetry.

Poppies & Posies
Sarah garden roses, unripened raspberries, echeveria, silver brunia, anemone, cotton balls, and Queen Anne’s lace.

Sebastian Li
Carnations, turkey feathers, and antique mother-of-pearl buttons.
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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY

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