So, why would we do that?
It's the ability to take one item and recreate it into something else.
Example: I could take one yellow rose and one orange rose, disassemble them, and put all the petals back together creating one large yellow and orange rose.
Example: I could take several flowers that are all the same, disassemble them, and then assemble one larger version of the original flower. The photo above shows this example.
We took several lilies, all the same, disassembled them, and then reassembled the petals to create one much larger and very stunning flower.
This is a perfect option for a bride who wants to make a simple and yet "wow" statement with her bouquet. She could carry one single flower or add a few composites to her bouquet. It creates the opportunity for each bride to truly have a one-of-a-kind bridal bouquet.
Rachael West Designs, creating fairy-tale weddings, one blossom at a time!