Awhile back, one of my favorite wedding inspiration sites, Sparkle & Hay, posted a picture of this gorgeous, beautiful, big-bloom bouquet that is my current must-have of the moment.


I die every time I look at this!

Image via Sparkle & Hay / Original source: Snippet & Ink / Photo by Flutterglass

It took me a few days, but I was able to pinpoint its origin to being from Petal and Print, which was featured on Project Wedding not too long ago. Thanks to one of my bridal magazines, I have since learned that it has an official name: a composite or glamelia bouquet. Composites can be made out of real flowers (as well as the fabric/silk/what have you, as seen above) by taking individual petals from multiple flowers and gluing them together to make one large bloom. It used to be really popular in the early 20th century, but has yet to make a comeback. This is partially due to the fact that they cost a pretty penny for all the work involved in making one, whether it’s out of real flowers or artificial material.

That being said, if I really want that exact bouquet or one like it…well, I don’t know. Chances are I won’t be able to afford one, but a girl can dream!


Mrs. Fox

Washington DC/Havre de Grace, MD
Wedding Date:
June 2012
Circle of Love

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    leeser 38 posts, Newbee @ 9:00 am

    (oops–meant bouquet!)

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    adria1211 92 posts, Worker bee @ 12:51 pm

    ps. i only asked because i can probably make that, for less than $100, and am willing to do so after our November wedding if you would be okay with not-real rose petals (or other flowers…)

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    msfox 1635 posts, Bumble bee @ 1:56 pm

    @adria1211: Our wedding is in June.. I’ll keep you posted! We’re still up in the air about the actual flower decision, but if I indeed go that route you best believe I’ll be hitting you up on that offer!! Thank you 🙂

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    cherrydoll 547 posts, Busy bee @ 4:12 pm

    I saw this post on Project Wedding and fell in LOVE

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    joyous0529 136 posts, Blushing bee @ 10:08 pm

    I just added my own verison using light pink peonies to the DIY. Miss Fox thank you for the inspiration 🙂

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    Tiffany, Guest @ 1:51 pm

    I have been considering diy-ing these for some time since I think that the sewing wouldn’t be all that difficult.

    I thought you might like to see some other fabric options!

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    megananna, Guest @ 12:07 pm

    this reminds me of the giant martha stewart rose, which is cheap and has the same amazing look:)

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