Sparkle, Satin and More

On Monday after work I met up with Brandi of Brandi Thompson Photography (You can find her here). I had a few new bouquets for custom orders that I had just completed. While the photos I take to list items on Etsy work and are decent, they are in no way professional! I was sooooo happy with the first photo shoot I did with Brandi, I KNEW I had to schedule another one. She rocks and we fit something in within a few days. If you live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, I would HIGHLY recommend you contact her and schedule your next photo shoot!

Over the past couple months there have been a lot of awesome bouquets being created by amazing artists! One of the newer trends that I have seen would be the brooch bouquet. Stunning! That is how I would sum it up anyway. So sparkly, elegant and truly inspiring. Now the story on the following bouquet. Back in November, I had a bride contact me for a bouquet. This bouquet was created out of satin and I included some amazing rhinestone buttons. She loved it and decided to order more for her bridesmaid bouquets. Throughout the time I was creating the bridesmaid bouquets she saw a brooch bouquet online. I was given the challenge of creating a satin bouquet yet including some special brooches that belonged to her family. With the handful of brooches not being quite enough bling, I searched high and low for some more special pieces!

The final result, a hybrid. A bouquet that includes a lot of love and attention. I think this bouquet is the perfect combination of satin and bling. It perfectly compliments the bridesmaid bouquets yet stands out on its own. Take a look, let me know what you think!

Bling and More Bling!

 

I added some rhinestone buckles onto the base of the bouquet. Just an added amount of bling to make sure her bouquet stands out on the big day. I like how they look, definitely will be needing to find more of those!

 

The Bride’s Bouquet with a Bridesmaid Satin bouquet. The rhinestone buttons in the bridesmaid bouquets help tie it all in together.

And finally, one of the six bridesmaid bouquets. This color combination makes me smile!

To see a few more photos of this bouquet, Go check out the blog post on Brandi’s Blog.

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