Wedding bouquets made of polymer clay

Arti­fi­cial wed­ding bou­quets have received a new word dur­ing the fash­ion for orig­i­nal­i­ty. Almost overnight, the brides got tired of white clas­sic dress­es, wed­ding veils typ­i­cal for this event, shoes, and even bou­quets.

Many began to strive for unusu­al things, and this cre­at­ed an oppor­tu­ni­ty for needle­women to show their tal­ent. But there are a lot of cre­ative women, and today bou­quets are not made from any­thing: from sweets, and from soft toys, and from rib­bons.

It is not dif­fi­cult to under­stand how this is com­bined with tra­di­tion, but arti­fi­cial bou­quets have their own charm and one impor­tant plus — they remain as a mem­o­ry of a beau­ti­ful day for many years and become a sym­bol of mar­riage.


Clay wedding bouquets — pros and cons

The advan­tage of a clay bou­quet is that it some­times looks much more beau­ti­ful than a reg­u­lar bou­quet. Cre­ative natures are able to recre­ate a believ­able form, which is aes­thet­i­cal­ly even more attrac­tive than nat­ur­al fresh flow­ers.

Anoth­er plus of a clay bou­quet is that it will not fade. And this is con­ve­nient not only dur­ing the hol­i­day (by the end of the evening it is not very pleas­ant to admire wilt­ed flow­ers, espe­cial­ly if these are wed­ding flow­ers), but also after it — there will be some­thing to show the chil­dren.

The dis­ad­van­tage of a clay bou­quet is its fragili­ty — if you drop it, you will have to col­lect small frag­ments. In addi­tion, throw­ing the bride’s bou­quet will be a risky busi­ness — it can injure the invit­ed girls or break.

The sec­ond draw­back of such bou­quets is debat­able, because it con­cerns super­sti­tion. Some peo­ple believe that arti­fi­cial flow­ers are not a wed­ding item, because they are a sign of eter­nal mem­o­ry, which can be inter­pret­ed both in an opti­mistic and pes­simistic way.

See also
Ricchezza wedding rings

Choosing clay wedding bouquets

Clay bou­quets should be cho­sen to match the out­fit or the col­or of the dec­o­ra­tion of the fes­tive hall. It is nec­es­sary to pay atten­tion to its light­ness, the absence of sharp cor­ners, as well as the num­ber of col­ors.