|Original Bride & Groom|
Some years ago... I cannot exactly remember how many, maybe 15 or so years ago, I designed a Table Top Bride & Groom sculpture for a competition. It did not win any prizes then, but for me it's been a 'winner' in it's own right!
I have been teaching this design to balloon artists around the World for more than a decade, I see it on MANY websites and Facebook pages and it still proves to be popular with both customers and balloon artists alike!
Over the years I have adapted and modified the design, making it quicker, more robust and using the many skills that I have learned along the way... I do not use glue anymore for example which is a great improvement!
|Newest version of Bride & Groom|
Recently I was asked if I would share my recipe with another balloon artist and thought that maybe others might like it too, so here it is! Above is the newest version, which I am teaching in my new 'Simple Balloon Twisting Skills Course', later this month (check out my website www.suebowler.com for details)!
|Bride & Groom 2|
The recipe below is for the Bride & Groom 2 version. It can be made into a floor standing version by using 646Q balloons.
You need to keep scrolling down to see all the instructions, there are 6 pages in total! You should be able to right click on each of the instruction sheets and save them to your computer.
|646Q Bride & Groom|
I would love to have any feed back from you regarding this or any of my versions of a Bride & Groom sculpture if you have been making them.
- How successful has this design been for your business?
- What changes have you made to make the design your own?
Here are a few pictures from my recent Simple Balloon Twisting Course, where all the delegates made a small bride.