Post # 1
Finished my bouquet, but I’m not sure about it. Maybe I should have stuck with fewer types of flowers? I wanted to buy flowers at the store and do fresh, but I am worried they’ll wilt in the summer heat or they won’t have the flowers I want.
A Memory charm to include my dad’s picture.
Post # 3
I think it looks great!! Not too many types at all, the texture and shape is perfect.
Post # 4
I think it looks perfect as is… Really great job I hope mine turns out this good…
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2011 - Bent Creek Winery (Livermore, California); Reception: Family Residence (San Ramon, California)
This is one of my favorite DIY/fake flower bouquets to date! Seriously, it looks real! I had to check your wedding day to make sure these flowers weren’t actually real (unless you have some magical power that enables you to keep flowers fresh and perky for months at a time!). I love the diverse flowers and the subtle pops of color. This looks so beautiful and elegant!
Post # 6
You did a fabulous job! It looks beautiful and realistic!
Post # 8
I really like it! Can I ask where you got the flowers? They actually look real!
Post # 9
I think it looks perfect! Really beautiful 🙂
Post # 10
Perfect-and real looking! 🙂
Post # 11
Aw thanks! I got the flowers from Joann’s. I had 4 hydrangea stems, 2 peonie stems, 3 yellow/green rose stems, 2 big blush roses, and 1 bushel of ranunculus.
parasol I’d be rich if I could figure that one out!!
Post # 12
You did a fantastic job!! I made mine out of silk flowers too and it’s unbelievable how real they can look these days!
Post # 13
I think it’s beautiful. Don’t change a thing.
Post # 14
I agree it looks awesome!
Post # 15
Gorgeous! Give yourself a pat on the back!
Post # 16
Wow! You did a great job! I love it!