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Orchid Petal Bouquet What appears to be a single luxurious bloom is formed from layer upon layer of cymbidium orchid petals. White at the center, the cluster gradually becomes a coy pink.

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The dramatic deepred bouquet Flowers at Fred Segal designed the floral arrangements - Browse the best wedding photos and pictures at Project Wedding.

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"Hand made miracle" GLAMELIA. The name Glamilia goes back to the and during the war,camelia blooms were very expensive. So people took the petals of less expensive Gladiolas and made them into what look like a more expensive flower.

Peonies, Calla Lilies, Cymbidium Orchids - Bridal Bouquet. Calla lily - Grooms Boutonniere.

Bridal Bouquet Real Touch Roses Lavender & Purple Hydrangea Real Touch Rose Groom's Boutonniere Real Touch Silk Flower Wedding Bouquet

Real touch calla lilies and cymbidium orchids in pink paired with silk closed peonies in pink create a beautiful and realistic silk flower bridal bouquet This custom silk flower bridal

Composite Bouquet: Cymbidium Orchids

A beautiful composite bouquet constructed from the petals of Cymbidium Orchids and white Oriental Hybrid lilies. Ramo de novia formado por pétalos de orquídeas Cymbidium y lilas blancas Orientales

'glamelia' or 'composite' bouquet - "A composite wedding bouquet resembles a giant flower, but is created by painstakingly assembling the petals from many flowers with florist’s glue. In many cases, one real blossom forms the center of the bouquet. The effect takes great skill to achieve, but the results are stunning."

DIY How to make a Single Flower Wedding Bouquet or Wedding Nosegay

We are so in love with Glamelias! What is a Glamelia, you ask? A Glamelia is a composite wedding bouquet that resembles 1 giant flower.

Verbascum 'Southern Charm' - From Annie's Annuals

Verbascum hybrid Southern Charm super simple to grow almost everblooming. If you cut back spent spikes it continuously sends up new ones tall is elegant with single blooms of either chamois, dusty rose or apricot, with fuzzy, purple eyes.

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