Wedding bouquets from beads

Every bride wants to look beau­ti­ful on her spe­cial day and cre­ate an image that no one has even thought of before her. Every­thing is used: unusu­al shades of the dress, fan­ta­sy hair­styles and, of course, vari­a­tions on the theme of the bou­quet. Arti­fi­cial wed­ding bou­quets could be pur­chased before, but only recent­ly it has become real­ly fash­ion­able and it has become pos­si­ble to find some­thing exclu­sive and unusu­al.

Beaded bridal bouquet — five reasons to give preference to it

For doubt­ing natures and prac­ti­cal girls, sev­er­al advan­tages of a bead­ed bou­quet over tra­di­tion­al flow­ers may turn out to be deci­sive.

  1. To cre­ate a bride’s wed­ding bou­quet, you can always pick up beads of any col­or and weave flow­ers of all pos­si­ble sizes, shapes and com­plex­i­ty. Here your imag­i­na­tion is not lim­it­ed by any­thing at all: feel free to choose your favorite com­po­si­tion and its col­or scheme.
  2. Weath­er con­di­tions are not a hin­drance to such a bou­quet at all: nei­ther extreme heat or frost, nor wind and rain will spoil the com­po­si­tion. Of course, you will not feel the aro­ma of fresh flow­ers, but you can always apply a lit­tle of your favorite per­fume or a drop of any oth­er fra­grance. Such a train can be a good end to your image.
  3. Wed­ding bou­quets made of beads are no dif­fer­ent from liv­ing ones in terms of weight, but there is no dan­ger of crush­ing or tear­ing the flow­ers. So from the begin­ning of the cel­e­bra­tion to its log­i­cal con­clu­sion, your bou­quet will remain in its orig­i­nal form.
  4. Bead­ing in wed­ding bou­quets allows you to keep the “mem­o­ry” in its orig­i­nal form. Your bou­quet will nev­er with­er, it is easy to store and you can always hold it in your hands if mem­o­ries come flood­ing back.
  5. Anoth­er advan­tage of a bead­ed bridal bou­quet is the abil­i­ty to fit it into your image as much as pos­si­ble. If you order a bou­quet to the mas­ter, show him your dress. The com­bi­na­tion of flow­ers and orna­ments on a wed­ding dress in tan­dem with a bead­ed bou­quet in the same style and col­or scheme looks very styl­ish.
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Artificial bridal bouquets — how to choose your own?

When choos­ing a com­po­si­tion, it is impor­tant to do it cor­rect­ly: the bou­quet should not com­pete with the out­fit or hair­style. For a puffy dress with a princess style, the bou­quet should also be quite notice­able, but medi­um in size and in pas­tel col­ors.

If you want to wear a small short dress for a wed­ding or a floor-length, but tight, it is bet­ter to take a mod­est com­po­si­tion in the form of a cas­cade or a small ball on a rib­bon.

Wed­ding bou­quets made of beads can also be matched to the fig­ure. Tall thin women should not pick up long cas­cades or com­po­si­tions on a leg, small con­cise com­po­si­tions are suit­able for petite girls. In gen­er­al, the aver­age bou­quet is the most opti­mal solu­tion in this sit­u­a­tion.