Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Bouquet Shapes: The Teardrop

The teardrop is a fully wired bouquet which means that every single flower and foliage stem that is used have to be individually wired first and then made into a bouquet. It has a full, round posy on top and has a thick tail dropping down to form a thin point. This is where it gets it's name the 'teardrop'.
Many different flower combinations can be used for this style of bouquet. Whether it be the rose, lily, tulip, orchid, lisianthus, freesia, anthurium, carnation, frangipani, hyacinth, sweet pea, gardenia, peony, ranunculus, many tropical flowers and many native flowers.

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