I was ecstatic when Amelia said turquoise was one of her colors! We had really wanted to use fern curls (aka monkey's tail, fiddle fern) in her bouquet, but we still wanted to bring in the turquoise color, so I came up with the wire fern curls instead. I was so excited to create the unique, crescent shaped bouquet. This lovely palette had just a touch of winter with small bits of dusty miller, cedar, and amaryllis.
More pictures to follow!
Boutonnieres of white majolica spray roses, turquoise wire fern curls, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, and stems finished with more wire detailing.
Submerged dendrobium orchid centerpiece with white and dyed turquoise/teal orchids.
Submerged white cymbidium orchid and turqoise/teal dendrobium orchids.
Sneak peek of the curly willow, bleached salix, orchid, and turqoise wire orb centerpieces.
Bridesmaid bouquet of turqoise wire fern curls, peacock feather tips, turquoise waxflower, "Amelia" roses, misty white, variegated lily grass, and seeded eucalyptus.
My favorite view of this crescent shaped bouquet is from the side:
Bride's Bouquet: a lovely crescent shaped bouquet with white amaryllis, calla lilies, white majolica spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, cedar, teal/turquoise waxflower, turquoise wire fern curls.
A close up of that beautiful amaryllis.
Designer: Courtney Demmitt