There’s a saying about the items a bride should carry or wear on her wedding day for good luck. It goes like this, “Something old, something new, Something borrowed, something blue, And a silver sixpence in her shoe.” For these brides, their “something blue” would already be their bouquets. With very limited choices on naturally blue
This December, we’ve been having a number of blue and white weddings. It’s been a joy making them because the colors are so cool and calming – the kind of feeling that winter brings. Light blue hydrangeas, white Ecuadorian roses and misty blue fillers were used for the bridal bouquet. White gerbera daisies and roses
I only met Cheena once before the wedding. She was wearing a bright pink sweater which complemented her big beautiful brown eyes. She had no problem with the design proposal I presented so our meeting lasted for a short while.
A year ago, I had the opportunity to arrange for Grandma Ng’s 90th birthday celebration. When her granddaughter, Andrea called me up and announced her engagement, I was thrilled to be given the privilege to arrange for her big day!
Think of your bridal bouquet as the ultimate fashion accessory. Like a delicate clutch or a sexy pair of shoes, the right blooms should compliment your bridal gown. Here are some things to consider in choosing your bridal bouquet