Dried & Fresh Wedding Bouquet

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In this video how-to demonstration Leanne creates an amazing wedding bouquet combining fabulous fresh flowers and dried flowers all from FiftyFlowers.com. The crescent style hand-tied bouquet is built upon a chicken wire armature and features white protea, roses, anemones, dried and bleached flowers and enhanced with a collar of metallic copper and gold foliages. You will love this gorgeous bouquet. Enjoy! !

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Creating such a bouquet is an art in itself, and it's incredible how floral arrangements can enhance the overall aesthetic of a wedding.


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That bouquet sounds absolutely stunning! Combining fresh and dried flowers in a crescent style hand-tied bouquet is such a unique and creative idea. It must have added a beautiful touch of texture and color to the wedding, making it truly unforgettable.
If you're planning your own wedding or know someone who is, this video demonstration is a fantastic source of inspiration. And speaking of capturing beautiful moments, consider hiring a Wedding Videographer to document your special day. They can create a visual story that preserves the magic and emotions of your wedding. You can explore https://www.the-wedding-videographer.co.uk/wedding-videographer-newcastle for their expert videography services. Wishing you or anyone planning a wedding a day filled with love, beauty, and cherished memories!

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