Post # 1
I’m pretty happy with these so far and am getting some good reactions (phew!) but they still lack….something. I don’t know. They’re very textured but still feel flat. I want to keep them neutral.
Wedding colour/decor plan (because I’m original) burlap, lace, pearls. I’m pretty sure the bridemaids will be in dark turquise or teal infinity dresses, it’s the best colour for all of them, and I’m planning on bringing in just a bit in the decor like ribbons on vases or napkins or something. But mostly white a tan (boys will be in tan/beigey pants and white guyaberas).
What to they need? Multiple answers welcomed and comments craved like the feedback addict I am.
Post # 3
Perhaps a shimmery white ribbon around the base. Otherwise, they’re so beautiful!
Post # 4
What are your wedding colours? brooches would be cute or maybe coloured pearls in your wedding colours!
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
I think a lace bouquet wrap would look so amazing.
Post # 6
I should really read the full post sorry:( Maybe a few turquoise flowers, turquoise ribbon around the stems or some turquoise pearls!
Post # 7
I think it looks great, maybe just some more pearls/buttons/bling in the centre of the flowers to make them jump out a bit more
Post # 8
More pearls and brooches, it still looks “naked” but don’t change the color, I like the beigy-ness of the flowers!
Post # 9
I would change the wrap on the stems, and add some jewels to it.
Post # 10
THey just seem a bit small to me. I think they’re very pretty, but need to be a bit bigger.
Post # 11
So I seriously voted for crystal because they are beautiful, but I think they could ue a littler sparkle or glitter.
But I also voted for “Drug all the guests so they’ll trip out and think they’re awesom” just because I think that is a hilarious option
Post # 12
@nutMeg13: Yay! Someone appreciates my twisted humour!
Post # 13
Why don’t you put a colored ribbon on the stem? To match your girls dresses.
Post # 14
Blingy broaches would be worth a try, I think it would be really pretty. Great job I love the direction you’ve got going!
Post # 15
I would wrap some sparkle around the base – love them , great job
Post # 16
They’re really pretty, but they feel a bit heavy. If you could insert two or three additional flowers made of a stiff tulle or something similarly airy, I think it would make a world of difference. You have tons of gorgeous texture already, but all of them are similar in that they all have a certain weight to them. I think that’s the problem.
A very, very subtle pink-ish shade (sort of straddling the line between fawn and pink) might also add visual interest while still keeping the color pallette pretty neutral.