With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I asked Greta from Glasswing Floral, to help us come up with a beautiful bouquet that was filled with pretty pinks just for Mom. I’m so in love with her stunning creation. I think it looks more like a painting than a bouquet. Just like in our How to Make 4 May Day Bouquets post, we are going to show you just what you need to assemble this beauty.
If you’re in the LA area this weekend you should stop by Unique LA to see the beautiful Glasswing Floral booth, and then visit the Glasswing Floral shop in Downtown LA.
See more of Greta’s floral creations on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Add @GlasswingFloral on Instagram to fill your feed with beautiful blooms.
Find out more about how to assemble this pretty bouquet after the jump…
In order to make this bouquet you will need:
Green hanging amaranth
Kumquats (try not to eat them all).
A great way to give this bouquet is in a homemade Mod Podge fabric vase, or wrap it in a piece of burlap tied with twine.
What a lovely idea. I am still thinking of what to give to my mother for mother’s day, as I live in another country now.
rae @ lovefromberlin
So inspiring. I actually do want to put away the computer right now and paint these beautiful flowers! Stunning.
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