Tussies Mussies - During the Victorian Era, flowers were combined to signify messages. Small tightly composed hand-held bouquets known as tussie-mussies or a nosegay was given as gifts and to acknowledge special occasions. The way a bouquet was held often indicated acceptance, acknowledgement, or approval. Though today’s bridal bouquets are generally larger than a nosegay, they are a modern example of a tussie-mussie.
Sweet innocence bouquet Cream roses, pink mini carnations, pink alstroemeria, pink double lisianthus, blue hydrangea and bupleurum brought together by a soft peach satin ribbon accented with pixie pearl pins :)
Fabulously Funky Bridal Luncheon Ideas
Fabulously Funky Bridal Luncheon Ideas designed by Michelle Ferrara Handmade and photographed by Clean Plate Pictures.
A gorgeous pastel wedding bouquet.
An example of a Pave flower design. Flower varieties are sometimes grouped together for more visual and color impact. Such a lovely idea!
Peach & Blush Bouquet by Jose Villa / Spring Wedding Inspiration.