Bridal Bouquet

I did the flowers for a wedding today, and as usual I didn’t get very good pictures, but  they were very pretty.

Lots and lots of roses. This is the bridal bouquet

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and here are the bridesmaids

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Rainy and Chilly Today so no work in the garden….I think I will quilt

Tim

12 thoughts on “Bridal Bouquet

  1. Kathi says:

    What wonderful roses … such an elegant arrangement on all of them but of course I love the brides bouquet the most… glad it is raining and driving you to quilt… can’t wait to see what you work on today! Kathi

  2. Sara says:

    Gorgeous rose bouquets! I’m sure the wedding party was very pleased!

  3. Kat says:

    I like the different colors of roses. What basis do you use for the bouquet? Moss, plastic handle or original stems? For my Examination as a florist I chose champagne-colored roses and light blue freesia for the bridel bouqet. Now that’s also been 20 years ago…

    • timquilts says:

      My preference is to make them on the natural stems…I did these as a substitute florist….the order was taken by a friend of mine but she was called out of town to work for another florist for Mother’s Day business so I stepped in a followed her plan (which was to use the bouquet holders)…It is helpful to be able to use various methods so you are prepared for any event so in my classes I teach several

      • Kat says:

        yes, all variants have their pros and cons. My most difficult construction was a bridal bouquet as a scepter with a red rose ball on top. That was welding work to balance it.

  4. Sharon Eshlaman says:

    Absolutely beautiful!

  5. Kristen says:

    Oooh, luscious roses, but I thought you’d be working on a bridal bouquet/nose gay quilt! That’s an idea for quilting, one of my favorites. But you’ve got enough underway without adding to the mix. But maybe soon in the future….?

    • timquilts says:

      I do have a vintage quilt top in that pattern that I have remade and is ready to go…..but I seem to have allowed it to go to the bottom of the pile….I think I need to move it up!!

      • Kristen says:

        I think so too. It would be an interesting concept for quilting because the it’s a semi-abstracted pattern — flowers done in geometric shards — while the full idea is voluptuous roses such as yours above. Very deco-ish in a way, much like a lot of those would-be figurative quilting patterns from the ’30s. If I’m making any art/quilt historical sense.

      • timquilts says:

        I think I will dig that one out and do a post of it tomorrow….your points on the design right on

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