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Montana Canyon Style Bridal Bouquet

My Montana Canyon Style Bridal Bouquet Challenge

While on my visit to Kalispell, Montana I decided to challenge myself in making a Bridal Bouquet and Boutonniere to match.  The adventure was great.  It started with collecting my first items on our trip to Hungry Horse Damn.  My travels took me into Glacier National Park as well as to Big Fork and White Fish.  Collecting items along the way.  A very good friend allowed me to use a stag horn from a Mule Deer as the base.  Everything I collected was more or less permanent or dried botanical.

Things such as a variety of pine cones from several types of trees, White Birch bark, Shale, dried grasses, leaves, and lichens.  When creating this bouquet I wasn’t quite sure just what to call the style until a very good friend mentioned Canyon Style.  I loved it and now I have my Canyon Style Bridal Bouquet to share with you.

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I also designed a Boutonniere to match.

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Montana Canyon Style Bridal Bouquet Challenge was a fun and great thing to create.

After creating it I gave it to a very good friend for her to use as a centerpiece on her dining table or to hang on her wall as a birthday gift.  It brought her to tears.  It now hangs proudly on her living room wall.

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