Transform your bouquet from simple to show-stopping with a collar of faux fur. Take a faux-fur boa and wrap it around the bouquet where the rose heads meet the stems. Cut the excess length of boa and tuck one end under the other to create a seamless finish. Hold the bouquet downwards so the roses face the ground and use three-inch crystal-headed pins to secure the boa to the underside of the rose heads.
Avalanche rose bouquet, £60, Jamie Aston. Faux-fur boa, £19.99, Faux. Crystal-headed pins, £15 for 100, Jamie Aston.
As seen in the November/December issue of Brides.
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