A lovely bride just held this while walking down the aisle this afternoon.
boutonnieres and bridal bouquet crocheted. I even think it's the first time a bride will be holding a full crocheted bouquet in the Philippines :p I'm glad they liked it. Good thing about this bouquet is, it won't wither!
The idea of crocheting a bridal bouquet was unfathomable for me. I mean, it's not just some crocheted bouquet. It's the bride's. It's that bouquet she will be holding when everyone's attention is focused on her while walking down the aisle.
I was asked to use coral-toned colors - in line with the wedding's theme. I also added pops of other colors to make it more "alive." I didn't shy away from crocheting different kinds of flowers. I think the variety added character to the bouquet.
I couldn't make it to the wedding, unfortunately. I'm really looking forward to the official wedding pictures!
Now I'm wondering what my next crochet challenge will be :p I think by now I can say, I'm up for anything!
See my work in progress for the bouquet here.
Incredible and wonderful combination of colors!!!ReplyDelete
That's a bonus for any bride.
Thank you, Amanda! :)Delete
It is really awe-inspiring ... I feel she is one lucky bride ... As far as the term 'floral designer' goes that is the art of NeologismReplyDelete
Do you have a pattern for this? My girlfriend asked me to make the bouquets for the maid and matron of honor. I have one year but I am also making her dress. I have not done 3D flowers before and would love to use your pattern.Delete
Hi Valerie! I am contemplating on selling the pattern for this bouquet. It might take some time since I still have to properly write it down :)Delete
Hi, Are you selling the pattern yet?Delete
Very Beautiful and Lovely! <3 I love the colors and its over-all look! :) It's very inspiring, keep up the good work! I am too, a crocheter and when I saw your work - I was in awe! :) God Bless!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jennilyn! More power to your crocheting! :)Delete
I love your roses and the flowers!!! Do you have a pattern?ReplyDelete
I MUST have the pattern for those roses!! Please please please! I want to crochet my own bouquet for my wedding but I'm not a huge fan of most flowers I'm finding. But those roses! They look real while still being beautifully crocheted. Please please, can you tell me how much the pattern for the rose would cost??ReplyDelete
Excelent work! Your details are perfect! Congrats!ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward for the pattern, so if you one day have it please let me know!
Hello! Is there a pattern to buy to make the Wedding Bouquet? They are beautiful!ReplyDelete
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