A client who found me via the Miss Pineapple blog post on Weddingbee.com, asked if I could make her a stephanotis bridal bouquet and a plumeria maid of honor bouquet for her wedding in Maui. She saw a couple of my bouquets that I did a few years back and wanted to recreate something very similar. Her stephanotis bouquet contains over 130 stephanotis flowers that are accented with Swarovski crystals and the stems are wrapped with white satin ribbon. The maid of honor bouquet is made up of white plumerias with yellow centers and mixed with yellow plumerias with a pinkish hue on the outer edges of the petals, again accented with Swarovski crystals in the centers. The stems are also wrapped with white satin ribbon.
Plumeria and stephanotis flowers are such delicate blossoms that it's hard to keep them looking fresh throughout your wedding day. The clay flower bouquet option is such a great alternative for these flower types and what's even better is that not only will it look absolutely stunning on your wedding day but also for many, many years to come. No one will know the difference. I can almost bet that many of the bride's guests will be asking to smell the bouquet only to realize that it is made out of clay!