A bridal bouquet befitting of the Great Gatsby Era capturing an essence of the Roaring 20s and the coming of the Jazz Age. This bouquet is a juxtaposition of the opulence and influence of art nouveau along with the contemporary design elements seen today. The focal point, a modern Sahara rose composite is surrounded by the popular flower of its time, a white carnation. The crescent shape is reminiscent of bouquet designs of the period. The wire structure adds an element of newness along with the nostalgic feathers and fringe that have seen resurgence in recent bridal work.
Flowers and Materials Featured: White Carnations, Sahara Rose, Pheasant Feathers, Beaded Tassels, Brooches, Aluminum Wire, Ribbon
By Coby Neal AIFD, PFCI, of The Flower Studio in Austin, Texas