Jennifer's silk wedding flowers were becoming a beautiful design of striking colors and textures. We ultimately decided on white Roses, white Anemones, white Cabbage Roses, two shades of purple Anemones, and purple Dahlias. We also needed a matching boutonniere for her groom, so we chose a simple white Rose and a purple Anemone bud. Paired with some green leaves, it was classy and cohesive. After I put this guy together I sent her pictures for approval of the design.
Next came her wedding bouquet. I constructed it in the shape she had chosen and sent her a picture before I added any embellishments. This is an important step in the process because those embellishments are a finishing touch and I don't want jump ahead of what my brides want.
Jennifer was thrilled with the shape and flower distribution so I went ahead and added in the rhinestones she requested. This bouquet just kept getting prettier and prettier.
With all of the initial design and construction steps completed and approved it was time to really make these babies shine. Tomorrow is the exciting conclusion and you won't want to miss the big reveal of Jennifer's custom wedding flowers!