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that reminds me of one of the inspiration photos I found -- it's my current favorite : )

 

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Originally Posted by LisaandJeff View Post

I absolutely love this bouquet:

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But I will probably add some callas to it.  Here are a few more of my inspiration pics:

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I'm getting a glamelia or rose composite bouquet. I saw it on a photog's website and just had to have it! My MOH will be getting a similar one with turquoise orchids strewn throughout.

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sxcT - these are beautiful!  Really gorgeous!!!
 

Originally Posted by sxcT View Post

Here is my bouquet, moh bouquet and grooms bout.  All done by Kelly at watermenot.com.  She is so helpful and easy to work with and was able to create what I wanted within my budget.

 

 

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This is amazing!  How do they do that?

Originally Posted by AfricanVenus View Post

I'm getting a glamelia or rose composite bouquet. I saw it on a photog's website and just had to have it! My MOH will be getting a similar one with turquoise orchids strewn throughout.

Shutters_Wedding_Photography_06.jpg



 

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@jbailey3183: They put one full bloom in the center and then they use the petals of some 30 roses to circle the one bloom in the center. It's expensive, not b/c of the flowers involved, but the labor ($250+). Each petal has to be attached to a wire w/o ripping or wilting. I'm not even a rose person. My original bouquet was going to be calla lillies (lillies are my favorite flower), but as soon as I saw this one, I fell for it. They can make them out of mostly any kind of flower, even a lily, but I like the look of the rose the best. If you're interested in getting this bouquet at a cost-effective rate, PM me and I'll let you know where I'm doing mine.

 

Originally Posted by jbailey3183 View Post


This is amazing!  How do they do that?



 



 

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@kris9685: I've seen it done with roses, gladiolas, camelias (the combo of gladiolas and camelias gave it its name: glamelia), cymbidium orchids and lillies so far. From what I understand, it's an old school technique known by limited florists. I wouldn't ask just any random florist to do it unless they've had experience.

 

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Originally Posted by kris9685 View Post

I've never seen a bouquet like that. That's Amazing! what other flowers do they do that for??


 



 

 

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