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Choosing your wedding color can be a taunting task. Over the last few years, softer colors been trending. Rarely do I get requests for primary colors. Yellow seems to have a season, blue tends to be masculine and red is not for everyone. It’s a bold choice and you have to own the color of passion.

Jenna was my red, hot, beatiful and bold bride. When she first contacted me regarding her wedding ceremony and reception decorations I was very excited. I have not done an all red decor before and in honesty was kind of hoping to break the pink cycle.

Just like the color choice, the sizes she picked were bold. Sizes complimented the color, made them a true centerpiece.

I got to meet Jenna at the day of her flower delivery. Sweetest bride to be at the time turned Gorgeous bride the day of her wedding.

Here is to all the bold and beautiful brides but mostly here is to Jenna.

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Baby Bahar Collection

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When I received an opportunity to make the biggest floating pomanders yet, I did worry a bit. How big was too big, how many roses will each take, can I guesstimate the rose count correctly, how will I figure the shipping? Those worries took about a minute or so, as I was overjoyed with the challenge. After discussing several times, with the Father of the Bride, oh yes, that was a first too, a great experience at that as well, we decided to a sample size of 18″ balls. Let me remind you that the biggest size foam balls you can buy at a craft store is around 10″. After seeing the sample in person, they (my customer) decided to order 14 of the small ones (yes that is what they called the 18″) and one statement size of 34″ ball. All covered in white base roses with pink accent roses.

I was thrilled to get started, after countless hours of assembly, trying to get the accent pieces just right, I boxed up 14 giant boxes and shipped them off.

I took pictures along the way, and today received the professional photos. So glad I took on this challenge. Since this order, I have made even bigger size pomanders, and rose letters. In fact today, i just delivered two 8′ tall letters covered in white roses. I will blog about that some other time.

Enjoy the floating romance

Photo Credit is Cottonwood Road Photography

 

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After almost 3 years of not maintaining my blog let me bring you up to date with what’s been  happening with Baby Bahar Collection. It’s been growing every year and now shipped over 400 orders to cities all around the world. From West coast USA to east coast to Europe and Middle East, I have made decorations for weddings, bridal showed, baptisms, birthday parties and many more events. With each order, tried to perfect my designs and keep it trendy with seasons new colors.

wanna see what all the new designs are, just scroll down the memory lane.

This is what has been keeping me busy

These Floating Flower Decorations I have been making look so innocent and cute, but don’t be fooled. They take hours to assemble. I am not kidding, each rose is trimmed to exact size, and one at a time added while maintaining perfect coverage. You stop feeling your fingers after a while.

But once they are done, you can not stop staring at them. Even though I know they will float perfectly, I run to my backyard and set them free in the pool right after I poke the last rose in its place.

It is absolutely the funnest moment. My dogs kind of give me a funny look. I give them a funny look back, and say ” hey I have to make sure they float, think of it as quality control”

I know they don’t buy it…

Baby Bahar Collection on Etsy

Thought I should at least give you a link to see what Baby Bahar Collection is….Image