Post # 1
I have to say, this has been one of the longer (but more exciting processes) of wedding planning – I worked with Etsy vendor Hairbowswonderworld to get my bouquets, bouts, and corsages made.
They arrived yesterday, and I was so excited that I ripped the box open in the post office parking lot. They arrived well packaged, with very minimal damage to the more delicate leaves which she warned me could happen.
They are beautiful – I love the toss bouquet so much I will probably cry when I throw it!
Here they are:
Group shot of brides bouquet, bridesmaids bouquets, and toss bouquet:
Close-up of brides bouquet:
Bridesmaids bouquet close-up:
Toss Bouquet close-up:
Boutonnieres (Ivory for FH, Black for groomsmen and dads)
Post # 5
Your toss bouquet is too pretty to toss. I vote to keep it and buy a super cheap toss at Michael’s ~ win win!!!! Your flowers are AMAZING!!!!!!
Post # 6
Omg! These are absolutely beautiful. Def upload these pics in the gallery.
Post # 7
They are beautiful! I really like them a lot, they’re so unique.
Post # 8
those are amazing! what are the flowers made out of?? cheesecloth??
Post # 9
These are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing with us!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
those are so awesome and creative! I do love the toss bouquet too, it’s so adorable!
Post # 11
Beautiful flowers! Heirloom quality.
Post # 12
I love those flowers! Thanks so much for sharing the pics! Would love to know what they’re made of.
Post # 13
Wow, that’s soooo unique & pretty! I love how you had them made for everyone in the bridal party & not just for yourself. It’s going to look soooo beautiful 🙂
Post # 14
@ Vagabondgirl/daysixty – The fabric is a little denser than cheesecloth and more of an ivory than a white – I am not sure exactly what the fabric is, and they have fray-stop sprayed on them (so they don’t fray any more) and I can’t really feel the fabric to get a better idea.
@ RecessionistaBride – I loved them so much from the pics on her site I wanted everyone to have them, I like a matchy look for flowers, and they were comparable in price to having cut-florwe bouquets made – so it was the best idea for me.
I have some extra pieces, so I think we are going to display them in our bedroom somehow after the wedding. I just love looking at them (it is a shame they are stuck in a closet until the wedding to protect them from dust/cat/dog)
Post # 15
So adorable!! And unique!
Post # 16
I love how nicely the pieces tie in together!