Miranda Lambert's exclusive brooch bouquet photos have never been seen before! Scroll down to see all angles of Miranda's bouquet, and behind-the-scenes footage of the bouquet being made by
The Ritzy Rose.
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By now I'm sure y'all have seen the photos of Miranda Lambert's brooch bouquet in Us Weekly, People Country Edition, and all sorts of blogs. I say this fully acknowledging that I cannot legitimately pull of the use of "y'all".
What you're seeing here first is a series of exclusive images of her bouquet- the pieces that she shipped The Ritzy Rose from her bridal shower, The Ritzy Rose hard at work creating the bouquet, and some great closeups of angles and details that you didn't see in the mags by resident photographer Mr. Ritzy Rose.
Once I received the package, which was meticulously wrapped up to protect each piece, I laid them all out on my studio table and started to play with groups of pieces, arranging to create clusters of colors that I liked together.
The Enchanted Florist. She told me that Miranda's color palette would be a rich combination of soft peach, caramel, dusty pink, ivory and brown tones.
We have a collection of 5000+ vintage pieces, so I pulled some additional pieces in to bridge her colors and make her color story really come through in her bouquet. I also picked out a gorgeous "M", "B" and "S" for the new couple's monogram, a little guitar piece as a nod to both of their musical lives, a delicate cross that I dangled from a chain, and an intricate locket for some special family photos.
I knew the whole crew was traveling out of town for the wedding, and I wanted her to be able to easily transport her new heirloom. I found a vintage cotton feed sack with a gorgeous faded graphic, and sewed it into her custom carrier. I finished it with a wide lavender taffeta ribbon drawstring with a girly bow.
I printed "Miranda & Blake" in hot pink along the edge, and I reinterpreted Miranda's double gun & wing tattoo (and embedded their monogram) as the main graphic.
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