I always love sharing the beautiful bouquet paintings created by CurlyArt – and this one is from Ceit & Nadav’s wedding back in May of this year. Congratulations!
Laura & Steve were married in September, and I sent Laura’s bouquet as well as her bridesmaids’ bouquets to CurlyArt to be turned into this gorgeous canvas painting! Congratulations!
Jessica & Aaron were married in September at the Wheatfield Inn in Williamston, MI. We took Jessica’s bouquet at the end of the night and sent it to CurlArt, who pressed all the flowers and created this gorgeous canvas painting!
The latest from CurlyArt; this beautiful canvas painting incorporating Lisa’s wedding bouquet and her and Scott’s wedding invitation! Flowers include calla lilies, stock, lisianthus, roses, and Queen Anne’s lace. You can see more about their beautiful Pine Knob wedding here!
Ellen & Will were married in August at the Power Center in Ann Arbor followed by a beautiful reception at the Gandy Dancer. We took Ellen’s bouquet and a bridesmaid’s bouquet after the wedding to be pressed and later turned into a gorgeous canvas painting by CurlyArt – and the result is above!
Karleigh & Nick were married on August 4th of 2012, and her gorgeous bouquet made by Bill Hamilton Designs was preserved as a piece of artwork on canvas by Betty from CurlyArt - beautiful isn’t it!
I am absolutely in LOVE with the latest CurlyArt painting using flowers from Lisa’s bouquet and a balloon background to tie in the fabulous helium balloons we blew up for her Island Park ceremony last August in Ann Arbor, MI. Congratulations!
I am very proud of my mom’s business; here are some of her most recent wedding bouquet paintings! Check out CurlyArt to have your wedding flowers pressed and preserved into canvas paintings!
The above painting is for one of our couples, and incorporated their monogram with the bride’s roses, calla lilies and hydrangea.
Sarah & Nils were married on 9.10.11 at the Michigan Theater, with a reception at the MIchigan Union in Ann Arbor, MI. We took Sarah’s bouquet at the end of the night to be pressed petal by petal and preserved into a canvas painting by CurlyArt – and this is the result! They will be hanging it in their nursery. Sarah’s flowers were roses, calla lilies, stock, hydrangea and lisianthus.
This series of four paintings from CurlyArt is not from one of my couples, but I had to post it because it is so unique! The sheer petals are from the bride’s dress, and rhinestones from her bouquet. The wedding was of a vintage style, so a teapot, teacup and penny-farthing were incorporated to showcase that style. Her wedding bouquet included white roses, green fuji mums, and babies breath.