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Beautiful Bouquet - made from rose petal

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#11 NewOrleansbride

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    Posted 09 July 2008 - 11:05 AM

    That is stunning! I would love to do that if I had more time. If you use the real touch flowers you get to keep your bouquet forever!

    #12 ashrose

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      Posted 09 February 2009 - 06:42 AM

      Hey there ladies... I know this is a SUPER old thread... but I'm slightly reviving it because I was looking for the picture of that bouquet (I picked it out months ago).

      I did some research on the bouquet -- it is actually a type of bouquet called a COMPOSITE BOUQUET. They are apparently old english/victorian style bouquets ... and they do them with flowers other than roses too.

      I also found a link for those of you who are a bit on the wild side and are looking for a fantastic DIY project:

      How To Make A Composite Bouquet

      I'm still working on finding a picture of a bride with a composite bouquet... since it is such a rare/uncommon bouquet style, it may take a while.

      #13 Latinhunny33

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        Posted 12 February 2009 - 05:10 PM

        It's beautiful, kinda looks like a peony.

        #14 AfricanVenus

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          Posted 31 March 2011 - 10:43 AM

          I'd never heard of these types of bouquets until I came across this photog's site and the bride had one. I instantly fell in love and I don't even like roses like that! I'm trying to get one. The photog's name is Mike Colon and it was for a wedding named "Sherman and Thao" (


          Heaven endures and the Earth lasts a long time, because they do not live for themselves. ~~Our story endures: June 25, 2011~~
          Wedsite: kosha.projectwedding.com

          #15 PeterPevensie

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            Posted 12 April 2011 - 11:45 PM

            There is an enchanting fragrance, so fitting for a Valentine rose, and the blooms are produced continuously throughout the summer and autumn. 'Valentine Heart' is a good rose for a bed or for the front of the border, where it's fresh and romantic rose petals can be readily enjoyed.Too beautiful and keep posting such a great post.

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