At first glance, C’est Bon Bouquet’s striking arrangements look typically floral. But upon closer inspection, it becomes clear there’s something different. It turns out those vibrant red roses aren’t flowers at all, but shiny tomatoes, strawberries and pomegranates. And even stranger, what should be beautiful white lilies are actually onions and garlic. As unusual as presenting a loved one with a bouquet of onions might sound, C’est Bon Bouquet founder Liubou Chysakova has a knack for creating personalized, eye-catching works with unconventional ingredients. Her sustainable, fragrant bouquets are made with fruits, vegetables, macaroons, and yes, a few actual flowers here and there. “I have a passion for food,” she explained from her home workshop in Dorval. “I spend more time picking the right food to … Next »
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