Wedding Photos of my Valentine Bride

3.03.2009
Here are some photos from my Valentine Bride - Anitra's wedding. The photographer Tim Wong of Timecut Photography did a fabulous job. The colors of Anitra's bouquet are difficult to capture - especially in bright sunshine. But they came out so well. This kind of photo in black and white with only the bouquet's colors showing, is really IN. And I think I know why! :) They are so striking. The wedding bouquet is such a special part of any wedding and it definitely deserves a special photograph. It is always a pleasure to share wedding photos with my readers. The flowers - by themselves are beautiful. But in the wedding setting, they look much more lovely and so real :). Even though I make the flowers myself, I sometimes have difficulty believing it ... LOL!
It is interesting how more and more brides are exploring alternatives for the traditional fresh-flower bouquets and other wedding flowers. The clay flowers are about as close as you can get to the real thing! Silk flowers are nice too, but clay flowers can be customized to meet the bride's theme and they are unique, handcrafted, one-of-a-kind works of art. And I truly love making them - each and every one of them :).
Here's wishing Anitra and David lifelong marital bliss.....

5 comments:

Sarah Jane said...

Wow, Deb! That is such a realistic bouquet! And the bride looks so happy. :D

You're right- seeing them in the wedding setting really adds something special. Bravo!

Jennie said...

I love the new "In" shots of the color bouquet with the rest black and white! Congrats on another job very well done- how nice of the bride and her photographer to share the photos with you!! And what a beautiful bride she is :)

Anitra said...

THE FLOWERS WERE PERFECT! Thanks DEB!!!

Denora said...

What a splendidly beautiful creation for a perfectly loving couple! Congratulations to my dear friends on embarking on a journey of precious and wonderful memories together.

Whimsical Creations said...

gorgeous!!