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Fall Flowers in a Bridal Bouquet Recreation in Silk Flowers

When someone requests a bridal bouquet recreation in silk flowers, it’s not just about finding the right amount of wedding flowers and putting them into the right shape. There is color, texture, variety, and composition to consider. David’s wife’s bouquet was a good example of finding the perfect elements to get the perfect result. Take a look!

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These amazing photos of the original bouquet were taken by: Amanda Baker

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Erin’s work is amazing - you can tell how much care she takes, and what an eye for form and color she has. I am deeply impressed with how faithful her recreation is, her detail and passion, and how easy and pleasant she is to work with. My wife and I were both floored when we opened up the finished bouquet!
— David | Oklahoma

This bouquet had Dahlia, Calla Lilies, Roses in several hues of coral, orange and red, Hypericum berries, Gerbera Daisies, Seeded Eucalyptus and some twigs that wrapped around the outside of the bouquet. What a great fall bouquet!

If you had the perfect fall bridal bouquet and are interested in a bridal bouquet recreation in silk flowers to remind you of that wonderful day, contact me for a free quote!

Bridal Bouquet Recreation Review

Summer is here in Minnesota and here’s a bouquet that is vibrant, fun, and looks like someone walked through the garden to gather up that perfect wedding flowers for a summer wedding. Christian emailed me hoping I could do a bridal bouquet recreation in silk flowers for his upcoming anniversary. He sent me a few photos and we identified all the lovely blooms and I got to work. Take a look!

A variety of Roses, white Peonies, Ranunculus, Queen Anne’s Lace, and Seeded Eucalyptus Bridal Bouquet Recreation in Silk Flowers.

Photo by Anna McSwain.

Photo by Anna McSwain.

Working with Erin was a pleasure. She was very prompt and always very nice in replying while planning and tweaking the bouquet recreation. The whole process was very simple and could not have been easier. The final product was beautiful, she perfectly captured my wife’s wedding bouquet. I couldn’t recommend her more!
— Christian | South Carolina
Photo by Anna McSwain

Photo by Anna McSwain

If you are looking for a great anniversary gift, a bridal bouquet recreation in silk flowers might be the perfect gift for your bride. Contact me today for a free quote!

Destination Wedding with Coral Silk Flowers

Silk wedding flowers are an absolutely fantastic option for destination weddings. Take a look at this completed order for a bouquet featuring coral Roses and ivory Calla Lilies.

If you are looking for topnotch quality, look no further than Fresh Touch flowers. Not only do they look extremely realistic, but they feel like real flowers! I finished off the bouquet with classic Antique White satin ribbon with coral satin ribbon criss-crossed over the top. Charming!

If you have an upcoming destination wedding and you’d like to choose your flowers ahead of time, fill out the Free Bride’s Checklist today for a free quote!

Magenta Spring Bridal Bouquet Recreation

Take a look at one of my recent bridal bouquet recreations in silk flowers. Perfect for spring!

Tammy’s beautiful bouquet had magenta Roses and Carnations, blue Thistle, green and blue Hydrangea, and some purple Queen Anne’s Lace. Take a look at the original bouquet.

Photo by Jenny Wood

Photo by Jenny Wood

It looks amazing. I can not believe the attention to detail. I am so thrilled with the bouquet. Thank you so much for creating my bouquet all over again.
— Tammy | Delaware

I love seeing where my customers display their recreations. Looks like Tammy found the perfect spot!

If you are looking for a great gift or want to re-live your awesome wedding day, a bridal bouquet recreation in silk flowers might be just what you’re looking for. Contact me today for a free quote!

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Dusty Miller in Silk Bridal Bouquet Recreation

One thing I’ve noticed is the current rise in popularity of non-green greenery! Confused yet? So think of all the extras that don’t happen to be green but add visual interest and texture to your wedding flowers. One of the most popular items to include is either Lamb’s ear or Dusty Miller, which comes in a variety of shapes and colors. For this bridal bouquet I needed the broad leaf variety to recreate this look just perfectly.

David’s bouquet recreation was a very classic style white bouquet of Roses, Hydrangea, Ranunculus and Dusty Miller. That added bit of “greenery” gave a soft touch to the whole bouquet, and also served to break up the white flowers. It was so elegant!

Working with Erin at Love is Blooming was wonderful. The service was top of the line being professional, quick, and very knowledgeable. She was able to easily identify the correct floral arrangement to create from just a few pictures, and the finished product is one that looks fantastic and realistic. I would recommend Love is Blooming for anyone who is interested in recreating an icon piece from their special event or even start with one that will last forever, forgoing cut flowers from the get go. Thank you Erin!
— David | Missouri
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Here’s the side-by-side of the original bouquet photographed by Elyse Hall Photography and the recreation, by me!

As always, this is such a great anniversary, Valentine’s Day or “I love you” gift for your bride. Contact me to get started!

Silk Wedding Bouquet Recreation- Navy and Ivory

Take a look at this pretty bouquet that was a silk wedding recreation for a bride from Staten Island, New York.

If you like the look of ivory and navy, check out these other bouquets:
-Navy, Blush and Gold
-Nautical Inspired Wedding
-Blue and Ivory Spring Wedding Flowers
-Bouquet Recreation
-Slate Blue Wedding Flowers

This recreation consisted of ivory Roses, white Stock, and blue Gypsophilia (Baby's Breath) finished off with a beautiful Antique White ribbon that fits right between the ivory and white flowers.

Maria, chose to not have the gems added into her bouquet, but as you can see from this beautiful photo provided by Express It Video & Photography that her recreation is still amazing and really captures the design and beauty of her original bridal bouquet.

I loved my wedding bouquet and was so sad when it dried up. I contacted a few places but Love Is Blooming is the only one who answered me right away. I was notified and sent pictures of each step and was asked questions to make sure everything was the way I wanted. Any questions I had were answered within a day. I am in love with my new bouquet. The first time I saw my bouquet, it brought back memories to when I saw my bouquet the day of my wedding. Now I get to look at my bouquet every day and remember that day forever!!
— Maria | New York

Maria also sent me a photo after she received her bridal bouquet recreation in silk flowers. She had saved the rhinestones from her wedding day and was able to add them back in herself. Take a look!

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If you are looking for a recreation or love the look of a neutral and navy bouquet, contact me for a free quote!

Red and White Flowers

Today I wanted to give you all a great example of utilizing your colors to design your silk wedding flower bouquets in a variety of styles, while keeping the look cohesive.

This bride's flower colors were red and white: a deep wine red. She loved red Roses and white Calla Lilies, but wanted the bridal bouquet to stand out from the rest. She also wanted her maid-of-honor to carry a red and white bouquet that was a little different as well.

Here's a shot of the bridal bouquet; Red Roses, White Roses, Wine Red Calla Lilies, and White Calla Lilies.

She chose to finish off the look with a matching satin ribbon in wine red and a rhinestone overlay for some sparkle and shine to match the white flowers.

The bridesmaid bouquet on the left features white Roses and red Calla Lilies, while the Maid-of-honor bouquet on the right showcases the beautiful wine red Roses and Callas we saw in the bridal bouquet. Each style is finished off with complementary ribbon and smaller bands of rhinestone wrapped on the ends of the ribbon.

We kept things very simple for the boutonnieres and for the corsages we used roses and a hint of hydrangea to add a little feminine flair.

If you're curious about how to incorporate varying colors or styles into your silk wedding flowers, or if you are looking for quality red and white flowers, contact me today, a Minneapolis based silk florist, for a free quote!

Shotgun Shell Boutonniere

To some brides, the Bridal Bouquet is the most important piece of the puzzle, and the rest falls in line behind.  But for others, it is just important for their to be personality in their boutonnieres and corsages as it is in their bouquets. These shotgun shell boutonnieres demonstrate a level of uniqueness that can be added to personal flowers that you might not have the flexibility with when working with whole bouquets. 

Bride Elizabeth was having a country-themed wedding that had some really fun details.  After talking through her ideas, I received a package in the mail with several custom painted shotgun shells.  Yes, you read that right, shotgun shells.  My job was to incorporate them into a few of the boutonnieres as a nod to her fiancee and his friends.  We used some summery white Daisies and Baby's Breath and a touch of some small coral accent flowers.  The shell still needed a little customization, so I wrapped some twine around a section in the center and it was the perfect added touch.  Take a look!

Elizabeth wanted a slightly more feminine look for the corsages so I designed the classic wrist corsage with white Daisies and Roses, Coral Roses and small accent flowers.  As with most of my mothers' corsages, I tossed in my signature rhinestone spray for some tasteful sparkle and tied it off with some delicate sheer ribbon.

Do you have an idea that seems out of the ordinary and aren't sure how to pull it off?  Get in touch with me today to discuss how we can turn your idea into a reality.