What a fabulous bouquet of white peonies, ivory spray roses, white anemones with dark blue centers, white stock and garden roses. Mixed greenery and blue seeded eucalyptus pods adorned the edges of the bouquet. Photography by Blink Of An Eye Photography
The Circus Rose is a beautiful rose with a high petal count of 30-40 petals per bloom. The Circus is a bi-color yellow with red rose. Circus is a bright yellow rose with strong red coloring on the outside and edges of its petals. This rose features a single bloom per stem. Their normal length of stem is 15-20 inches long. The amount of intensity of color on the edges of the blooms depends on mother nature. The Circus rose is available year round.
What makes this bouquet so stunning? So beautiful? How do you make something like this? These are all questions that we hear often from our brides going thru our portfolio books. So, we decided to explain the process of making this bridal bouquet. First we start out with our four main flowers Ivory roses White Ranuculas White Dahlias White Freesia Our next step was to start building the bouquet, we started with building the base of Ivory Roses. We next added 10 stems of ivory Dahlias throughout the roses. After adding the Dahlias we added in 10 stems of Ivory Freesia. After adding in the Freesias we added in 15 White Ranuculas. We added accents of large, chunky pearls throughout the bouquet. Adding greenery around the edge of the bouquet. Wrapping the bridal bouquet in ivory satin ribbon. Finishing touches on the bouquet ribbon. Clusters of pearls. And the final product…… Thank you Chuck Childers Photography
This beautiful couple had an anniversary shoot with Nixon Photography. Actually, this is Michelle Nixon, of Nixon photography. They specialize in wedding photography, baby/newborns, senior portraits, and family portraits. And of course, she is holding a bouquet made by Floral V Designs. You don’t have to only have a bouquet for the day of your wedding. Remember you have an engagement session and of course anniversary sessions.
The rustic look is very popular with our brides right now; the idea of vintage and romantic all wrapped up into one look. When we saw this picture in a local magazine, we had to take a picture of it and share it with everyone. It is an older window ledge filled with sheet moss, succulents and individual containers of clustered flowers and twigs.
Wow, What a beautiful display of flowers and color. I get inspired when I look at picture collages like this. The depth of the color in the pictures as well as the textures! It just makes us all “Flower lovers” Happy! Picture from: Google.co.uk
SWEETNESS “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” We are starting a “Rose of the week post.” Each rose is grown from its individual grower/farm somewhere in the world. Roses are grown in California, Equador and many more countrys and states. Each has its own unique name, style and smell. This rose, for instance is called “Sweetness.” It is conisdered a white-ish rose with a hot pink edge. The edge isnt consistant from one rose to the next, but I think that is what makes it unique. It isnt a large head rose; it has around 25 petals per stem. That is a standard size rose in the floral industry. It has a very sweet (no pun intended) smell, but its not overwhelming. This color is perfect for the bride that wants just a hint of her color in her bouquet, using the hot pink as an accent, of course