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Thursday, November 13, 2008

{oh me, oh my}

So here's the deal guys. These are my four bouquets and their corresponding descriptions that are going in the 'flowers section' of the magazine that comes out in... less than two months! Yeah! I'm excited to get to have four of my bouquets featured in the section.
So, just for fun, what I want all of you to do is check out these little lovelies, and then cast your vote in the poll (located at the top right-hand corner of the blog) for your favorite! I like all of them so I'm curious to see which one 'wins'. Enjoy!


A bride can’t go wrong with the classic ‘black and white’ wedding. But why not spice it up a little? White hydrangeas and various black-airbrushed stems stand out all the more with accents of magenta and lime. It’s a unique little twist to tradition.
Available at Blossom Sweet Weddings.


Think pink, and love it! If you’re a bride who loves pink, this is the classy and fun way to do it. Two shades of roses, delicate lisianthus, and standout dahlias complete this fresh look.
Available at Blossom Sweet Weddings.


Seasonally ambiguous, this eggplant and lime themed bouquet is perfect for the bride of any season. Lime berries and eggplant fiddlehead fern flawlessly complement the callas, orchids, and roses.
Available at Blossom Sweet Weddings.


Love bright colors that really ‘pop’? Try this gorgeous fall bouquet on for size. Not getting married in the fall? Just trade out the red roses for another color such as fuchsia or coral and you’ve got yourself a bouquet that can work any time of the year.
Available at Blossom Sweet Weddings.

So, get your vote on!
P.S. Love all you blog stalkers

*photography by Dave Blackhurst of Utah Valley Bride Magazine*

12 sweet thought{s}:

Jill said...

Love them all, but I chose 4. Fall is my favorite season, so that might have something to do with it!

The Sauls Family said...

I voted for three, but I think I might acutally like one better if I saw it in person. The black flowers in one are photographing very shiny, and it takes away from the overall appearance of the bouquet. I'm also not a big fan of the black squiggley things coming up and out of the bouquet.

I love the colors in two, but I think the overall design of three, along with the color selection, is the best out of all of them.

Brendon and Stephanie said...

I like #1 the best (maybe it's because I'm a black & white kind of girl)...I really liked the maroon/reddish color with it. I did notice, like the comment above, that the black parts look shiny, but overall, I still liked it the most.

Really, I don't think you'd go wrong with any of them, but I like #1 the most.

Yay for more flower pictures :) I love them!

caitlynirene said...

You know I have a sweet spot for boquet #3!

Melissa Suzanne said...

hey thanks for the comments, ladies! Just want to quickly address the issue of the 'shiny' black flowers- they are called anthurium and are a type of tropical flower which is naturally a bit shiny. Just so you know! :) I appreciate all the comments and hope they keep coming!

Nancy Seaman said...

Did you write the descriptions? If so, you have a talent as a writer also. In my mind anything you do is perfect!

Jesse said...

ps, when I got married I found a bouquet that was all red roses with little green berries (same as the ones in some of these bouquets) and that's what I wanted. The florist we used had no idea what kind of berries I was talking about, and my bouquet was not at all what I had envisioned. (Still beautiful, just not exactly what I wanted). Where were you five years ago?

Jesse said...

just realized I'm signed in as Jesse. This is Jill.

Jessica Wall said...

I love #1 and #3 both! I don't think I can choose a favorite between these two! I'm glad you posted them cause i've enjoyed looking at them, they're all so beautiful!

Jessica Wall said...

I love #1 and #3 both! I can't choose between them cause they're both so beautiful! I love looking at you blog and your pretty flower creations! love ya girl!

Brendon and Stephanie said...

Yes, Brittany's mission deal is for real! She actually opened her call last night. She's going to Houston, TX (Spanish speaking). She was SO happy she'll be learning a foreign language. We couldn't be happier for her.

Kt said...

Hey Melissa! This is Krista (your neighbor:) Not only are these arrangements so creative and gorgeous (you're so talented) but this blog is awesome! Thanks for all the work you did for Enrichment.