As I promised in the first part of this series, I wanted to draw special attention to some of Jill's other fall colored arrangements. I just had to start off by showing you her beautiful altar arrangements.
These stone lanterns spoke to me as I searched for the perfect container for her outdoor wedding. And the best part is that I made the arrangements removable so that Jill can use the lanterns with a scented candle, fresh flower arrangement, or maybe even filled with fruit. The possibilities are (somewhat) endless! Can you tell I'm excited about these containers???
Ok, moving on. So yesterday I mentioned that I included another keepsake in the mother of the bride's corsage. Jill wanted to include a handkerchief into her mom's wrist corsage. When you are working with Callas in a corsage, there isn't much "foof" so I had to get creative in how I could add, disguise, and appropriately embellish this wrist corsage. I got down on my origami skills and... okay, I don't really have any origami skills, but I did have to fold, refold, and fold again until I found a way to make it pretty without being cumbersome. Additionally, the hanky had some embroidery detail that I didn't want to completely lose. I made sure to leave that visible and at the same time cover the stems - double duty!
We had it all on a pretty rhinestone bracelet and it looked stunning. Thanks again to Jill for coming to me with such treasures!