Post # 17
We included airplants and poppy pods among more typical stuff like peonies, ranunculas, roses.
Post # 18
i googled zinnias, pretty!!
if i could go back i would have tried to get thistles, it was too afraid of hurting myself with them… They look so lovely with soft flowers
that sounds super sweet
oh i love that idea! Any pictures?
how pretty! I love the small pops of color
Post # 19
Here are some pics of where we used rosemary throughout the wedding:
My bouquet –
My DH’s boutonierre –
Some detailing on our Instagram sign on the bar –
At each plate on our name cards (it may be a little too far to see clearly) –
Here’s more of a close up of our name cards –
Post # 20
I don’t know how unique it is but we had white poinsettias everywhere with green garland.
Post # 21
Fiance homebrews, so his bout only will have hops in it 🙂
Post # 22
I bet your wedding SMELLED AMAZING
Post # 23
@Miss Joker: I love plumerias and I will be having them in my bouquet and maybe even my hair, but I’m not sure about the hair piece yet because they are very delicate and I’m worried they might wilt by the end of the day
I’m in love with blue orchids too so I might have them in my lei
Post # 24
What a cool idea. Not only does it look awesome, but your wedding would have had a signature scent!
Post # 25
I’m planning to use King Protea! I came across it in Whole Foods one day and fell in love. I hope I can diy it! Love your protea bouquet!
Post # 26
I love and used birds of paradise in both my bouquet and centerpieces. I don’t know if they’re really “unique” but I don’t see them used often.
Post # 27
What is that ruffle-y orange flower in the front? It’s really pretty!
Mine were slightly more on the red side, and I had roses included in my bouquet because my mom’s middle name is Rose and her wedding bouquet was roses – I think because they are clearly red flowers, they brought out the red in my dahlias a lot more.
My husband’s bout was a dahlia as well:
Post # 28
the airplants are a unique touch, they add such an interesting texture.
Post # 29
@Miss Joker: for anyone who likes protea, there are other, smaller cultivars.They are interesting and most florist have access to them and they last a long time, like 2 weeks in an arrangement.
Post # 30
It was an orange peony, I believe!