Wow! Looking in the rear view mirror, February was a very busy month! Now this picture was actually taken in December when we did not have ice and my truck was acting crazy, but February did have snow and ice. February started out with my 4 year shop anniversary and ended with lots of burlap and lace wedding bouquets shipped out to brides across the world!
There was rustic red, white, and navy blue bouquets,
pin on corsages,
I loved these bridesmaid bouquets - A single sunflower, surrounded by burlap roses.
A white silk flower bouquet with roses, callas, and babies breath.
A small turquoise and red burlap bouquet and turquoise boutonnieres headed to College Station.
I've made three of these burlap wreaths this month and delivered them all locally. Two of them were placed on an easel and delivered to the funeral home, with the families having a wreath to take home after the service.
I also delivered this set of Mason Jar Lights to a bride to be, to use as decorations for her wedding next week.
A rustic red and shades of brown comprised these bouquets. This wedding is going to have a Crawfish Boil theme!
A bridal bouquet with tan, brown, and ivory roses and lace complimented by
these bridesmaid bouquets. The bridesmaids are wearing teal and the bride wanted to make sure her bouquets didn't clash with the dresses and would stand out.
This color scheme was also used on the mother's wrist corsages. many times, the mother of the bride and groom don't pick out there dress till a week or so before the wedding, so the neutral colors are less likely to clash with her dress.
The navy bouquet is en route to Italy now.
Jade and Coral is always a pretty, springy combo!
Lavender burlap rose bouts for the guys.
Last, but not least, the ever popular turquoise bouquet. Isn't my girl pretty sitting there in the glamper? :)
I've probably missed a few pictures...
I'm so thankful for everyone who has ordered from me and keeping me busy! I appreciate each and everyone's order, large or small. I send my best wishes out to everyone as they are preparing for the wedding day or to the one's who are mourning the loss of a loved one, I send my sympathies.
I look forward to helping future bride's prepare for one of the most special days of their lives. If there is any way I can help you, please let me know, You can contact me through email or on etsy and we can discuss your ideas and needs.
If I had to choose a favorite, I don't think I could. I love all of them! I've told you this before, but I am in awe of how far you've come since we met on our blogs. You're making so many people happy, Janice! You're everywhere, the United States, Canada and abroad! Wow. You're amazing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for always being a great supporter of me and my blog Ms Sally! This place has come along way, hasn't it?Delete
You have been a very busy lady! Everything is beautiful, but I'm partial to the sunflowers. I suppose just because they are uncommon.ReplyDelete
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I'm kind of partial to the sunflowers as well!Delete
They all are SO Pretty!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Ms Donna!Delete