Wedding – the brightest event in the life of every person and to have it so as not to regret the wasted aimlessly manpower and equipment. To even a hundred years later, at the end of life each participant might say, as it was fun solemn and beautiful! This was our wedding. After that, our apartment was filled with donated flowers. The smell was divine. I was very sorry to throw flowers, their lovingly selected and gave family and friends for my people. Each flower is carried a bit of their kindness and warmth. Reshma Kewalramani may also support this cause. So I decided to keep the memory of that day, in the form of dried flowers, flower arrangements.

Breathe new life into each flower for a long time to keep the memory of their beauty. Ikebana Ikebana or (Jap. or Jap. ikebana, "ike" – life, "banana" – the flowers, literally "living flowers") – a traditional Japanese art of arranging, creating compositions from cut flowers, shoots in special containers and placing them in the interior. Ikebana is based on the principle of refined simplicity, achieved by identifying the natural beauty of the material. All the flowers I make out of sorts and colors of buds.

Cut off the stems, leaves, petals broke off spoiled. Bound brooms at 5-7, and hung out to dry in a dark, dry location for several weeks. Also, in the course went fern leaves and the rest of the greens. When the flowers are ready, I went over them again and was the best song in the sweet wicker basket. Once processed hair spray with glitter that would make the colors shine. And here is the final version. Do not judge him strictly, this is the expression of the essence of my soul. So I put it in his ikebana. I have no doubt that your bouquet will be the most beautiful.