By the way, I neglected to mention that there are a few other names for glamelias you should know:
- composite bouquet
- rose duchesse (if made of roses)
Image: via Bridal Guide
I had a hard time finding one source for making a glamelia that had a step by step process with pictures to guide you along the way. I hope someone will create one soon.
I did find a good deal of info on how to make glamelias out of artificial flowers and paper. I can appreciate that. But for this post on How To Make A Glamelia, I chose to focus on the art, and believe me it is an art, of making glamelias from fresh flowers.
In the meantime, here are some posts about how to make a glamelia:
Throw Back - Part 2 - The Composite, Glamelia, Duchesse, Malmaison, um what? - A delightful and informative post on what you need to know before you decide to choose a glamelia for your wedding from the blog, Victoria B.C.Wedding Tips
Image: A Stunning Affair
Image: Natural Beauties Floral
Image: Flowers By Aileen
Image: Young Blooms Florist
Image: Sprout Flowers
Composite Flower Corsage or Turducken On Your Shoulder - A floral designer talks about a glamelia corsage she made to wear at a floral competition she attended. The name of her blog is Sprout:The Power Of Flowers.
Hope you've been enjoying the series on glamelia:
Part 1: What In the World Is A Glamelia?
Part 3: How To Make A Glamelia
Part 4: A Glamelia Project
What have you learned about glamelias that you didn't know before?