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What better way to immortalize your wedding day than by transforming your bouquet into a painting? Artist Reenie Rose explains that process. “I try to go to the florist the day before the wedding. Usually the boquet is done by then,” she tells The Wedding 101 Show host David Rothstein. “And I take a gazillion photos of the bouquet, because I’m thinking about finding a painting there. I also do paintings for anniversaries. I’m doing one now for a couple’s five-year anniversary, so I got in touch with the photographer who shot the wedding. He was thrilled and gave me his entire proof sheet from the event. I’ve also done anniversaries from as far back as 25 years, where the only photo available was a small, poor 35 millimeter. But I was able to work with a florist to recreate the original bouquet and use that as my model.”
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