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Thursday, May 21, 2009

strawberry bouquet


this bouquet screams summer countryside bride.
Unique and edible. hmmm.......interesting but I kinda like it.
what's the craziest bouquet you've ever seen? share....

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18 comments:

elizabeth said...

Super cute! At first glance, the strawberries almost look like radishes, so I guess you could do the same thing with radishes... or carrots... oh the veggie options!

Joanna Goddard said...

love!

ana said...

This is the craziest!! but its also so pretty I like it very much and when its a little bit late you can eat some of those

Kessa Thea said...

I like this idea...I may as well copy it soon. Wink!

Nik said...

Looks good enough to eat!

Shanna said...

so beautiful! I love, love, love strawberries and love love love this idea!

Amanda said...

This is adorable. Or should I say edirable? :)

anna said...

So pretty. I would have raspberries or the more robust blueberry.

K @ Blog Goggles said...

Holy moley, this is gorgeous. If it'll stick together :)

this, that and the other.... said...

so creative! Wouldn't it be hard not to pick them!

Jen said...

This is so neat! I sent the link to my friend who has been very into strawberry plants lately!

Corinna White Charlton said...

what a wonderful idea for a country wedding! imagine mixing in cherries and a few mini-apricots. then eat the bouquet as you leave the reception...since brides rarely eat at the wedding anyway!

Beth H said...

that is so pretty! kind of surprised that i haven't thought of or seen anything like it before. have people been making fruit & veggie bouquets all over the place, or is this a truly unique idea? either way, i hope it catches on!

Fiore fresco said...

Awesome! Favorite unique bouquets I've seen? I remember Pam from housemartin posting a pic of one with radishes a few years ago--it was gorgeous. And I'm very partial to including unripe blackberries and blueberries in ones that I've made. Oh, and I did a post recently on a black feather bouquet I found somewhere on line. And finally, I once had a bride contact me about creating a bouquet that included roses, turtle shells, feathers and "dead things" as she described it. No joke!

raquel raney said...

i love it too. I would be nervous tossing this bouquet though. Strawberry smash could be very dangerous. Radishes seem so special and less smooshable.

Ivory bridal shoes said...

That is so unique! never thought about that. Thanks for the idea.

Kelly Merrill said...

I feel like a bouquet with the little wild strawberries incorporated would be super cute, I used to pick them when I was little because they grew in my yard at my old house. That would be such a cute detail for a summer bride!

Denise Fasanello said...

adorable!