Location

Illinois
United States

About the Artist: Ann Duncan-Hlavach

Ann generally focuses on florals, making roses and other flowers that sometimes bend from reality. Often these flowers are accented with gemstones. She creates bespoke wedding bouquets as well as individual flowers. She can be found at the Bristol Renaissance Faire in Wisconsin in the summer, demonstrating the joy of making polymer flowers at her shop.

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Cindy's Bouquet

Cindy's Bouquet

10" diameter, Premo, Pearls, Swarovski crystals, reclaimed beads and wire.
Many of the reclaimed beads used as centers or filler were from the bride's secret stash. It was a great way for me to get a feel for her personal esthetic, to build her a fall inspired bouquet.

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Hannah's Bouquet

Hannah's Bouquet

10" diameter, Reclaimed brooches pearls and beads, Premo and wire.

She originally wanted a brooch bouquet, but then she saw my flowers. So we adapted the idea and put reclaimed brooches, pearls and various bling as flower centers and bouquet filler.

Then she told me she was wearing a third-generation wedding dress. So I made some roses win a translucent and white lace pattern to honor the lace in the dress. Grandma passed before the wedding, but her butterfly pin was put in the bouquet.

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David's Boutonniere

David's Boutonniere

2.5" x 5", Premo, gold leaf, reclaimed crystals and wire.

Most of the groomsmen had wine colored calla lily boutonnieres with white edges. However for the groom, I made a wine calla lily boutonniere with gold leaf edges holding a translucent and white polymer veneer created to honor the lace of the bride"s third generation wedding gown.

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IPCA2016 Horiz

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