Friday, February 25, 2011

Bridal Bouquets for Real Weddings Magazine

For the last issue of Real Weddings magazine I was asked to do a few bridal bouquets for their photo shoot. Andrea of the photographer.
For the first bouquet I went with beautiful china mums, star of Bethlehem and black crystal flowers. I finished the stems with black velvet ribbon and a rhinestone broach.

The next bouquets was made with solid red and black anenomies wrapped in red ribbon, and the to personalize I had my fabulous friend Stephanie of

The last bouquet was a yellow and grey beauty. I used my favorite Billy balls, craspidia, yarrow, and silver brunia. I then wrapped it in a silver satin.

Notice how the look of the bouquet changes when put in front of different colors, amazing!

Monday, February 7, 2011

More wedding details, place settings

Another small but elegant touch is placing a flower or herb for fragrence at each guests table setting. A small but thoughtful gesture that will have each one of your wedding guests feeling special. It also adds color and drama to the overall look of your

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wedding details

While most brides are eager to talk about and plan their bridal bouquet, ceremony flowers, centerpieces etc.... it's the floral details that excite me the most. A garland strung around a chandelier, a beautiful floral cluster on the back of the bride and grooms chair, or a wreath of fresh flowers like one shown here hung on an entrance door to greet your guests. These are the details that often set your wedding apart and create that extra special feeling for your wedding day.
Photography by Xsight Photography
The Memory Journalists
Alexandra Frankel Photography