Anemone’s are such beautiful flowers. They come in a variety of colors from red to white to blue and are available Jan through May and August through December. The talented, Chelsea Fuss, combined bits of pink and green and a piece of velvet brown ribbon to finish of the bouquet above and below. She appropriately titled it an “English Garden Bouquet”.
10 red/white anemone stems
3 full pink roses
10 Ranunculus stems in eggplant
2 bunches of buttercup greens
2 bunches of vinca vine
2 stems of green hellebores
clippers or scissors
ribbon (1.5 yards)
Step # 1: Remove all most of the leaves from the stems.
Step # 2: Start with a selection of flowers in your hand. Add roses at the bottom and let the ranunculus buds peek out at the top. Turn the bouquet each time you add a new grouping of flowers. Keep turning and adding until you are happy with it. Add greens around the bottom.
Step # 3: Secure with twine.
Step #4: Clip the stems so they are all the same length.
Step #5: Wrap ribbon around stem and secure with two pins.
Photographer Katie Grant recently travelled to Indonesia, where she photographed this modern bridal fashion editorial in the Prambanan Temple, an 9th century Hindu temple, revered as the most beautiful Hindu temple in the world. The expansive stone complex became the perfect setting for this modern bridal fashion inspiration: a chic column gown and simple greenery bouquet are a stunning contrast to the ancient setting.