Pomander is a mandatory item at weddings. It is also known as a kissing ball. The typical use of pomander is bride holds this flower ball at the wedding party. Also it is sometimes placed on the guest table as a centerpiece. Another way of use is it is hung with a chair at a wedding ceremony. One more way of use is it is hung from a ceiling at the time of party. There are several ways for pomanders to be used.
The photo shows a pomander which is held by a lady who also has a handbag as shown in the picture. There is no knowing why this pomander is held together with a handbag. We do not remember where and when the photo was taken. California Flower Art Academy
teaches how to make pomanders. Since this particular flower arrangement can be seldom seen in our daily life, some people have no idea about what pomanders mean. However people who have attended a wedding ceremony (or party) must have found a pomander held by a bride. We offer under mentioned various programs learning wedding flowers:
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Here is YouTube video presentation about How to Make a Carnation Pomander. The source of this video is BloomsByTheBox
Demonstrator is Diana from Blooms By The Box