Sunday, October 19, 2008

Jewelry for your bouquet

Bouquet Jewelry is a hot new bridal accessory that is being used to accentuate and personalize bridal bouquets. They are also turning up in bridesmaids flowers, boutonnieres, centerpieces, and even customizing the wedding cake. The jewelry is usually inserted into the bouquet by a six inch post, but may also be attached to stems and hand-tied ribbons.

Six mm faux diamonds can also be inserted into the center of each flower to give the bouquet a dazzling new look.

This bride carried an arrangement of soft pink roses, ranunculuses, and miniature ivory calla lilies, embellished with crystals for a bit of flair.
Some companies have starfish, bumble bees, flowers, hearts and more! Show your personal style, but be sure your bouquet doesn't compete with YOUR jewelry or your dress! Happy Planning!