I was asked to design a bouquet for the current issue of Oregon Bride magazine and here is the lovely photo that was published! It was an article on bridal and floral trends and this trend was "metallic silver". Silver can add a sense of glamor to a bouquet even if it is subtle. All the photos in the article used beautiful Juliska glass as props. Below are more pics I took of the same bouquet so you can see the handle. It is a lush combination of Augusta Louise and Helga Piaget garden roses, Vendella, Avalanche and Porcelana roses, and apricot and white ranuncula. The silver tone is accentuated with the use of grey brunia and sagey green-grey dusty miller leaves. The handle has a combination of a wide titanium grey satin ribbon topped with a vintage mesh ribbon with silver metallic stitching. Adding more subtle shine are the silver bouillion wired leaves.
I was also so pleased that they also interviewed me for their blog - take a look here.