Sunday, June 10, 2012

Featured: Vintage Style Shoot featured on Brides Without Borders

We are always honored when our work is featured!  This vintage style shoot took place at wedding venue, Hermitage Foundation Museum with destination wedding photographer, Keith Cephus.  Maya Couture provided the fashions and Isha Foss Events designed the flowers and styled the scenes.

Vintage, wedding, mercury glass, roses, tulips. stock, ranunculus, Isha Foss Events

See the full feature here:  Brides Without Borders - Vintage Photo Shoot

Friday, June 1, 2012

How To Make A Pomander (Kissing Ball)

Pomanders are great decor for ceiling, arch, aisle, and more!  


Purple Pomander, roses, freesia, stock, Isha Foss Events




I had this post on my old blog, weddify.com, and it was quite popular.  So I thought I would post it here!


Here are the steps to create your own pomander:

Ingredients:
  • 2 pieces of floral wire (approx. 12 in.)
  • Floral clippers / stem cutters
  • Scissors
  • 3" Oasis foam sphere (place in water, leave until it sinks)
  • 40 Carnations or similar sized flower (stems cut to 1")
  • Crystal garland (optional)












If using crystals, tassels, or other embellishment, thread onto your wire.




Wrap the wire around the soaked foam.  You can also use chicken wire.  (These now come with netting that makes this step unnecessary.)



Insert several flowers side-by-side to form a row. Offset the next row to fill in the gap. Floral glue may be added and is suggested if the ball will be carried.


Make a loop from coordinating ribbon.



Hang where desired!



Carnation Pomanders, crystals, Isha Foss Events

Blow hot air into a bag, wrap, and hang in your cooler (not refrigerator).