February 2, 2011

Bouquet Boutique

Photographer credits at the end of this post.

Here’s a beautiful baker’s dozen for Post 3 of our Bouquet Boutique Series, featuring bouquets designed for Cedarwood brides by our on-site master designer, Karen Wright. Give us a shout out on comments if you recognize your bouquet or if you especially love one featured in this post.

We especially love the trend of attaching personal adornments to bouquets – be it an heirloom locket, brooch, buttons, a bit of bling, vintage handkerchief or even a lace cuff from a mother’s wedding dress.  A bridal bouquet should be singularly sensational – an expression of your wedding day style.  Adding a personal embellishment makes your bouquet unique and maybe even a priceless treasure.

Thanks to all the talented photographers listed at the end of this post, who’ve captured the beauty of these bouquets. Be sure to check out the rest of our ongoing Bouquet Boutique series :: click on Post 1 and Post 2.

Photo Credits:

1.  The Collection

2.  Three Seven Studios

3.  Austin Gros Photography

4. (A and B)  Richard Suter Photography

5.  Ace Photography

6. (A and B)  Dove Wedding Photography

7.  Kate Crafton, The Studio Five

8.  Ace Photography

9.  Souder Photography

10.  Justin Wright Photography

11.  Rachel Williamson Photography

12. Paul Rowland Photography

13. The Collection

Thanks for sharing guys!

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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  1. Jaymee Castle says:

    They are all really beautiful! I LOVE seeing Rachel’s picture of my bouquet in this post. Seeing ALL the flowers was such a highlight for me when we arrived at Cedarwood on the wedding day.

  2. Paula says:

    This is such a wonderful way to create a keepsake tradition, or keep someone special close to you on your wedding day. Photo lockets, religious icons, Mom or Grandmother’s pearls … anything close to your heart.

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