Carousel Lavender Farm Photo Shoot-Part 2

By Donna on September 7, 2010 | 3 Comments

At the Carousel Lavender Farm photo shoot we shot some amazing bouquets from Beautiful Blooms Events which you will see below.  We also set up this one large arrangement on an antique I borrowed  from a friend who told me that his parent’s got engaged at the table. I thought it was so sweet and the perfect table to be used in our Bridal shoot. All photos were taken by Marie Labbancz.

This white washed metal urn is shown here filled with a mix of peonies, roses, spray roses, veronicas, dianthus and of course lavender. It looks gorgeous against its backdrop of the stone wall and lavender fields.

This first bouquet coordinates with our lovely urn arrangement and is so romantic. It is a gorgeous mix of peonies, roes, hydrangea and nigella with an accent of dusty miller. The soft shades of lavendar, ivory, blue and grey work together beautifully.
Our organic green bouquet (below) is a mix of shades of greens with just a hint of dusty purple and definitely for that bride that is looking for something a bit different. This bouquet is also unique as similar flowers are clustered within the design. We used super green roses, globe thistle, dianthus, coxcomb, mint, rosemary and ladies mantle. The handle of the bouquet is wrapped in green moss and accented with raffia.

This sweet bouquet is lovely with its combination of spray roses, yarrow and nigella. The pearl and rhinestone button detail on the handle completes this sweet design.

This bright bold bouquet is made from a mix of  sunflowers, roses, spray roses, and dianthus. It’s for a bride that definitely wants to make a statement.

This modern cascade bouquet is definitely not for the traditional bride but for that bride that is looking for something unique it would be perfect. The bouquet was created from black wire, chocolate roses, pearl pins and mini callas.

Now talk about unique….this whimsical bouquet by Beautiful Blooms Events can be held in the palm of your hand.  We started with a moss ball then wrapped it with turquoise wire and then delphinium blooms, globe thistle balls and craspedia balls were glued to the piece. Dangling strands of wire strung with matching blooms hung from the ball.

It could even be used for a flower girl instead of the standard flower girl basket.

Our floral Flower Girl wands have become quite popular these days and here is one of the many  designs Beautiful Blooms Events creates. Everything that we design is custom so there are so many options for Flower Girl flowers.

This photo shoot was so much fun and I look forward to our next one. I hope all of these images and ideas have  been inspiring.

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  2. Alicia Nathanson September 16, 2010 at 12:47 am

    I think this is pretty incredible. Love following your blog. Amazing images from Marie.

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