Jonathan contacted me just a couple weeks before his anniversary and wanted to have his wife’s bridal bouquet recreated with silk flowers. He sent me a couple photos and we got to work discussing how to make it happen.
One thing to consider when having a bouquet recreated is the original shape. In this case, the bouquet was a long, teardrop, cascading bouquet. Because Jonathan planned to display the bouquet in a vase after he gave it to her, I suggested that keep the overall look of the bouquet with the same flowers as the original, but reshape it to be fuller at the top with a smaller tail.
This gorgeous bouquet had white Dendrobium Orchids, pale pink Roses, and ivory Roses.
This picture shows how we maintained a cascading shape with the ability to be placed in a vase and still look similar to the original.
Here is the original bouquet. You can really see the unique shape-lovely, right? Photo provided by: Chaim Perris at Only Weddings
If you feel like your bouquet was amazing but not the right shape to be displayed in vase, contact me to find out if it can be reshaped for a lifelong, quality anniversary gift.