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Your pics are beautiful! I love the one with you two in the sand and the heart and the flowers! AND I love your dad's starfish bouttoneirre! Did you make that? Very cool! The setup was awesome! Thanks for posting they were fun to look at!

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those are awesome! thanks for sharing so many, i love it!

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Great pictures! I think that is the same flower I'm thinking about wearing. It's good to see how it will look.

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Our photographer was Jodi Laundry from Daydreamphotography.com. I put lots of info about her and the experience under the picture links (in the first post of this thread)

 

Yes I made the starfish boutonniers, I spray painted sugar starfish white and then put pins in the back. If you look at my wedding review I posted pictures on I think page 7 because somebody else asked about them. Oh what the heck I'll just link that too :) http://bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/t18711-7 (page 7)

 

Just a warning about the amaryllis, they are really big. My aunt is the one who put the flowers together and she had to pull apart the amaryllis petals and re-create a new flower (she like pinched the middle of the flower together to make it a bit smaller). I'm really glad she did this becuase it was still very big afterwards, would definitely have been to big for me otherwise. This is also why in my bouquet my aunt kept the amaryllis kinda closed rather than open like in pictures (in my bouquet the amaryllis is way less prominent than in my inspiration picture), I guess she thought it would be too big with the petals all open and spread out on top of everything. Oh yeah, I also cut off the poky things in the middle of the hair flower, because it's impossible to move them and place them like you want (i.e. they are not wired, just plastic) so we just cut them off because they were sticking out too much).

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Our photographer was Jodi Laundry from Daydreamphotography.com. I put lots of info about her and the experience under the picture links (in the first post of this thread)

Yes I made the starfish boutonniers, I spray painted sugar starfish white and then put pins in the back. If you look at my wedding review I posted pictures on I think page 7 because somebody else asked about them. Oh what the heck I'll just link that too :) http://bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/t18711-7 (page 7)

Just a warning about the amaryllis, they are really big. My aunt is the one who put the flowers together and she had to pull apart the amaryllis petals and re-create a new flower (she like pinched the middle of the flower together to make it a bit smaller). I'm really glad she did this becuase it was still very big afterwards, would definitely have been to big for me otherwise. This is also why in my bouquet my aunt kept the amaryllis kinda closed rather than open like in pictures (in my bouquet the amaryllis is way less prominent than in my inspiration picture), I guess she thought it would be too big with the petals all open and spread out on top of everything. Oh yeah, I also cut off the poky things in the middle of the hair flower, because it's impossible to move them and place them like you want (i.e. they are not wired, just plastic) so we just cut them off because they were sticking out too much).
so your aunt made your hair flower smaller? I was worried it was too big, but yours looks good. i'll see if I can make mine smaller.

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i really appreciate all your detailed reviews. very helpful.

 

I think your flowers are slightly different. maybe they are from a different batch. Mine looks more like the one in the inspiration pick & doesn't have the wilted look. Hopefully it's a little smaller & will work as is. My hair is long enough to do a test run soon. I'm probably going to do an entire dress rehersal one of these weekends.

 

in ther end it all looked great. Good thing you had your aunt to help you out.

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