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. 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.