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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Beautiful wedding bouquets

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As fashion changes, so does wedding fashion. Even flowers change in popularity and style. Wedding bouquets over recent years have loosened from the tight, single-flower orbs that were popular for so long. More and more brides are asking us at Lillie's to create bouquets incorporating elements with texture, personality, and mixes of flowers that look hand-picked straight from a field or grandmother's garden. 

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I absolutely adore this Juliet rose bouquet we designed especially for wedding planner Ginny Au of Bits & Bobs, photographed by David Shirk.The shape of the Juliet bloom is perfectly cupped containing a swirl of luscious pale petals. And, if there was a rose worthy of the name Juliet, it is this one. 

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One of the most interesting trends we've seen is the addition of unusual botanicals such as seeds, pods, thistle (above) and succulents (below) 

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Brides will surely always love roses and stephanotis, but this is a savvy generation that has come to expect personalization and creativity and we love it!

1 comment:

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