Post # 1
I’ve been doing some research on bouquets and really like the idea of having my bouquet made from Queen Anne’s Lace.
According to my online research, Queen Anne’s Lace is a wild flower/weed – does this mean that it would be hard to find a florist who would create a bouquet for me from Queen Anne’s Lace?
I really love how the flowers look like actual lace and I think that it would look pretty nifty as a bouquet.
Post # 3
For those of you who don’t know what Queen Anne’s Lace looks like, here’s a picture:
Post # 4
I like it…its neat. I love baby’s breath bouquets for some reason as well. I DUNNO WHY!!! it just has a dreamy factor to it.
Post # 5
Florists can get all kinds of flowers in… I bet they’d be able to get that without much difficulty. Just call around and ask 🙂
Post # 6
Oooo! Baby’s breath would be nice as well!
I think that there’s just something very dainty about both types of flowers.
Here’s a nice picture of a baby’s breath centerpiece if you’re interested in that as well
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I don’t think a florist will have any problem getting QAL for you at all. It’s a pretty common filler.
Post # 8
I love it!! It’s sooo pretty, one of my faves as well. 🙂 I think any florist can get it, probably even more easily in late summer.