We have a sweet styled shoot that was created to inspire brides to save on their bridal blooms by going the "forever flower" route, instead of fresh flowers which can break any bride's budget.
Joanna Fisher Photography shared with us how to create a budget friendly, yet beautiful bouquet:
This shoot was created to highlight the possibilities of silk-floral and "forever flowers". The bouquet was made entirely of plastic and silk stems purchased from Michael's Arts & Crafts, and was assembled for under $90! And, as shown in these photos, nothing was lost from the beauty of the arrangement in not having a "live" bouquet, and even less was lost from the "bride's" wallet!
Take a look yourself and see if this piece inspires you to create your own "forever flower" bouquet:
Are you inspired to create a bouquet using faux flowers? Honestly, these look real to me. I like the use of not just "flower buds" in this bouquet, which makes it look more "living", and a bit like wildflowers were picked in the forest. Well done to the team that put this together!
Our thanks to Joanna Fisher Photography for the submission!
Submitted via Two Bright Lights