This wedding bouquet holder is not only beautiful - but very practical for designing flowers ahead of time. The handle is hollow and has a built in wicking system. This allows you to arrange the flowers and (after unscrewing the bottom cap) place the bouquet in a vase of water.
The flowers will draw the water up through the handle and into the foam head, extending the life of the flowers.
This first bouquet is a lovely mixture of summer flowers. You can recreate this look yourself by using peach roses, lavender stock, peach gerberas, mint green carnations, purple spray asters, and pink heather (substituted for seasonal lilacs shown).
Soft brown shades are beautifully done with white, ivory and brown roses. Delicate stephanotis are strung on metallic wire and hanging off the bouquet. Lily Grass loops over the bouquet are strung with beads.
Spray orchids create light movement around this tight bouquet of red roses.
Be sure to check out my online store for everything you need in floral supplies. Compare my fresh flower prices against some of my leading competitors and you'll find I don't require that you buy huge quantities - rather just one bunch at a time. This way you can mix flowers and greenery rather than being committed to just one flower.