Post # 17
This looks awesome! I didn’t realize at first that they weren’t real, I was just thinking about how beautiful they are. Now that I know they’re not real, I’m even more impressed!! Great job!
Did you find a tutorial for how to do that cool ribbon-twisty-thing on the stems?
Post # 18
Fabulous. just one thing…Are you sure you dont want to use a bit of the satin ribbon to attach the charm? The twine doesnt really go. Perhaps you are doing the twine for a rustic homage to Dad? If so, then party on Garth!
Post # 19
I love (read ‘am obsessed with’) ranunculus!
your bouquet is absolutely beautiful and I might use it as my inspiration pic when I try to make my own this summer… Glad to know Joannes has ranunculus! did they have coloured ones too?
Post # 21
Yeah, I looked it up on Youtube. It’s incredibly easy.
They had orange and green I think. Not a ton of options.
Post # 22
That looks beautiful, well done. I love the ribbon around the stems!
Post # 23
I think it’s beautiful!!! You did a great job!
Post # 24
wow – want a second job? lol
Your bouquet is amazing!
Post # 25
beautiful! I’ll be happy if mine turns out half as good.
Post # 26
great job! where did you buy the flowers?!?
Post # 27
Joanns. They have a decent selection of flowers. But go online for coupons. Some of the stems were $9.99 each and that adds up fast.
Post # 28
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Looks great- I like the variety of flowers. Are you making the bridesmaids, too? You could make bouquets of just one of the flowers per girl.
The sash looks great- are the pearls press on, or pins?
Post # 29
I like it a lot! That kind of texture looks great when the color variations are subtle
Post # 30
I love it! You did an awesome job..I wouldn’t change a thing!
Post # 31
Love ’em! They’re beautiful! I think the flowers you chose and the size is perfect.