Wedding Flowers for More Than 160 Romantic Looks
Watson-Guptill Publications, Paperback, 9780823091812, 160pp.
Publication Date: October 28, 2008
- Step-by-steps for bouquets that look better than the florist's
- How to draw inspiration from jewelry, heritage, places, memories, more
- Lavish enough for spendy brides, lovely enough for frugal brides
Why settle for a same-old same-old wedding bouquet that matches the tablecloths at the catering hall? With a few key techniques, some fresh flowers, and Bouquet Chic, any bride can create her own magnificent wedding bouquet that makes a truly personal statement. Author Kimberly Aurora Kapur urges readers to be inspired by the bride's gown and jewelry, sleek contemporary looks for both flowers and embellishments, the location of the wedding, and unique color choices. Kapur's designs are beautiful, romantic, and feminine, blossoming with unusual styling, striking colors, and unconventional details such as jeweled inserts, feathers, shells, and sumptuous ribbons. An overview of essential techniques, plus dozens of step-by-steps and how-tos, make this the one book every bride needs to make her day unique.