(Closed) Does anyone know where to find this??

posted 9 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

No pics 🙁

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

What program are you using? If you’re using MS Office Picture Manager, go to Edit Pictures –> Compress Pictures –> Compress For: Web Pages

That might do the trick.

Post # 9
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!

Or resize it in a graphics program. You could even use paint if you’re on a pc.

Post # 12
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

I havent seen it before but i think those pictures would be good enough to take to a florist to replicate it for yourself. Unless you are going to make the bouquet yourself but I still think you should be ok to make it by taking the photo with you to a craft store. It is beautiful.

Post # 13
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Newbee

You’re right on the green hypericum and white roses.  They look like Vendela roses to me.  Also, the bouquet includes variegted pittosporum (the green and cream greenery at the base), a touch of English ivy, Queen Anne’s lace, cream stock, bupleurum, and seeded eucalyptus.  Good luck!

Post # 16
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Newbee

Hi Miss Dandelion!

Sorry for the delay in my response.  Just checked into the discussion. 

The two main factors in pricing a bridal bouquet are the types of flowers and the size.  None of the flowers in this bouquet are too expensive (versus, say, a whole lot of mini callas).  Since there are a number of more affordable flowers (stock, Queen Anne’s lace, variegated pitt) in the bouquet to offset the roses, this should be a fairly reasonably priced bouquet.  Your florist should have an idea of what types of accent flowers will be in season and therefore reasonably priced.  I think that what makes the biggest difference when using roses as the focal flower is to have the roses “fully blown” rather than tight little roses (we florists call them bullets).  Make sure your florist understands that you want the roses to be open, and you’ll get a lot of impact.  I, myself, would prefer a smaller bouquet of the flowers I really want, than a whole lot of flowers that I just feel neutral about.  Just my two cents!

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