10 Gorgeous Glamelia Bridal Bouquets

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10 Gorgeous Glamelia Bouquets

Up until a short while ago I was in love with Brooch Bridal Bouquets and I still am, but then I saw a picture of a Glamelia Bridal Bouquet and I was hooked. They’re truly a work of art. These flowers first came about in the 1940′s and 50′s when brides really wanted Camellia blooms, which are naturally large.

A Glamelia bouquet (also known as composite bouquet, malmaison, or rose duchess) is essentially a bouquet made by stripping down a single type of flower (Orchids, Lilies, Gladiolas ect), stripping it down to the pedals and then wiring them back together to recreate a single large bloom. As you can imagine this is time consuming project and they can cost a pretty penny, but as you can tell from the pictures bellow, they’re gorgeous!

Glamelias have become popular because they lend a vintage, simplistic look while still making a huge statement. Plus, they’re a photographers dream to work with!

You may also consider creating your Glamelia Bouquet with fabric or silk flowers.

10 Gorgeous Glamelia Bridal Bouquets


FlutterGlass


Blossom Floral Design


Bridal Bouquets by Ky


Creavea

This style of Glamelia is perfect for a beach or summer wedding.


Bridal Bouquets by Ky

This is a great example of how you can create a Glamelia out of other materials.


A Pretty Penny Blog


Bergerons Flowers


Daniel Taylor Photography


Handy Mandy Girl

Another great example of a Glamelia made out of fabric instead of real flowers, the brooch makes a great accessory too!


Lisette Price Photography

I think the Glamelia version of a lily is even more lovely than the actually flower.

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