Silk Bridal Bouquets
Using silk bridal bouquets at your wedding gives you the advantage of time. Your arrangements can be made well in advance and stored until the wedding day.
I actually started in silks first, creating weddings out of my home until I hired into a professional shop. The secret to silk weddings is to start with quality silks.
One advantage of silk bridal bouquets is that you can use unusual holders, not having to worry about a water source. These slender cones are covered with beads and make such an interesting look.
This bouquet is made from nothing but artificial greens and grasses. It takes on a very tropical look that is very photogenic.
This crescent bouquet of mixed roses is very beautiful - the picture just doesn't do it justice. Don't fall into the trap of thinking all your roses have to be the same color. The softer blend of the paler roses gives depth and texture to this lovely bouquet.
The advantage of this Phalaenopsis orchid cascading bouquet is that it looks very close to the real thing . . yet can take the heat of an outdoor wedding without wilting.
This purple wedding bouquet is right on the money. Mixing various shades, the designer added in some interesting seeded euclyptus foliage.
These ruffled peonies look so real you have to touch them to be sure they're not. I love using peonies, but I always have to order in extra bunches when using fresh because they can be a little tempermental about opening to a full bloom.
A mix of ruffled tulips, silk stephanotis and white roses makes a very pretty mix.
The simplicity of these jade roses made this bouquet very striking. The decorative wire can be found in my
This blue number received a favorable reception from all the flower designers in the crowd.
White roses and white hydrangea was embellished with some teardrop rhinestone sprays.
I loved this hand tied mixture of stock, white roses, freesia with rhinestone accents.