Janie Medley of The Bride’s Cafe and JM Flora Design shared two loose and lovely wedding bouquet recipes to add to our collection. Purchasing 8 bundles of flowers, 10 stems per pack at her local floral mart to show you how to create two totally different looks. Â In each bouquet she used the craspedia (billy balls), fever few and stock (white in one and peach in the other).
The first bouquet has a spring/summer look and feel. Overflowing with fever few, craspedia, snow on the mountain, queens anne’s lace and white stock (which smells amazing) . Wrapped in a Vera Bradley sash that not only is a striking handle for the bouquet, but it can also double as a gift for your bridesmaids. They are going to think about you and your wedding each time they wear it. Photographed by Suzy Clement.
Our next bouquet recipe has a fall vibe and is filled with orange dahlias, peach stock, amaranthus, craspedia and fever few. Tied with a burlap wrap to give it a rustic look and feel. For the groom, Janie also designed a boutonniere that would match perfectly with this rustic wedding bouquet.