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Monday
Apr082013

a corsage and a boutineer

Hello! The spring weather is officially here in St. Louis! I spent too many hours just laying on my patio, basking in the +70 sunlight. It was WONDERFUL. Soon and very soon I'll have some fresh spring flowers to photograph. #soexcited

Below are a set of corsage & bout that I made for a wedding last fall. (Hoping someday I'll have photos of the event to share!)

Despite being faux flowers, I think they still offer a nice mix of texture and color. What are your thoughts? Is it possible to use fake flowers in a stylish way? Or is real the only way to go?

Wishing you a sunny week!

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Reader Comments (2)

I couldn't even tell they were fake! I think you did a great job making them look classy. To me, the quality and styling make all the difference with fake flowers. Real is always preferable but not always practical. Well done faux flowers can definitely be stylish.

April 15, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGeevz

@Geevz Thanks so much!

May 20, 2013 | Registered CommenterAmanda Joy

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