these are a few of my favorite bouquets

I had a happy morning paging through photos of the flowers I’ve made in the last few years, and surprised at some of the range I didn’t realize I had. It’s inspiring me to make some new small bouquets to maybe upload to the store.


Ellie’s bouquet


Stacy M.’s bouquet, back when I wore pants


Annie’s bouquet


Boutonnieres for Karin and Jeremy’s wedding, who then kindly hosted Sarah and I in Dallas when we visited last June.


Brittan Claire’s bouquet


Melissa’s bouquet


Bridget’s bouquet


Leah’s bouquet


Nina’s bouquet

Plus many, many more to see and love.
xx
meg

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  • kiki

    I was so sad that I didn’t find you until just before my wedding, and I’m always trying to think of a reason I need a PL bouquet…

    I really loved the pear-colours one you recently shared, with the burlap accents. Texture makes me happy! I also love Annie’s bouquet above.

    • http://about.me/meganhunt Megan Hunt

      thank you! annie’s was so beautiful and perfect for her woodland wedding.

  • creole wisdom

    Melissa’s is just my speed. Wow, you do such lovely work Megan. Keep it up!

    • http://about.me/meganhunt Megan Hunt

      that one is the most popular and requested one I’ve ever done.

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