3 years ago1,000+ Views
Long loved for its sweet fragrance and incredible durability in floral design, stephanotis has been the premier secondary (and sometimes primary) flower in wedding bouquets and wedding floral design.
Although stephanotis flowers in the summer, it's high demand, coupled with modern science, has enabled brides to include it regardless of time of year.
A sample of what stephanotis looks like in a bridal bouquet. At the center of each flower is a floral pearl that is attached to a pin or wire.
Are you planning to include stephanotis in your wedding florals?
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3 years ago·Reply
Love those pearls. I can imagine a bouquet of These with the pearl centers and wrapped with lace fabric!! So CUTE!
3 years ago·Reply
THANK YOU @marshalledgar!!! love this flower!
3 years ago·Reply