Tag Archives: bouquet

New: Mason Jar SD + Stationery

The days are getting warmer and the first buds of a fairer season are finally starting to peek. It makes us love the Mason Jar suite that much more! If you’re busy planning your summer wedding, send your guests a warm head’s up with the Mason Jar Save the Dates! Or for those spring events,
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Craspedia.

Billy here.  Billy Buttons.  Well, that’s my nickname.  My real name is Craspedia globosa.  I’m starting to get very popular, if I say so myself.  You’ve probably seen me in a bouquet and asked, “What is that cool flower?”  My favorite color is yellow and I love jazzing up wedding flowers.  I’m originally from Australia
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Floral Trends: Succulents

Succulents are a type of plant that are very common in gardens and as houseplants.  Hens and Chicks, Burro’s Tail, Aloe, and String of Pearls are all succulents that I associate with my grandma… the old school hobby horticulturist who loved the drought-loving plants because they are almost bullet-proof.  But succulents are making a come
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Weekly Rally: A New Rally!

Notice anything different this week?  We decided to change things a little on the Weekly Rally.  Don’t worry — I’ll still give you a brief update of what we talked about on Between Designs for the week, but I’ll also post a behind-the-scenes photo from the ‘Roo Crew and share my favorite photo of the
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Gerbera

Nice to meet you, too.  My name is Gerbera daisy but Gerbera jamesonii is my full name.  You’ve probably met other flowers from my family… sunflowers, daisies, or asters.  I am originally from South Africa, but you can find my siblings and I just about everywhere these days.  And though we look a lot alike,
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Moluccella

Nice to meet you.  They call me Moluccella laevis.  I know, my name doesn’t exactly roll off your tongue.  It’s pronounced ‘mol-yoo-SELL-uh LAY-viss’.  Most people call me Bells of Ireland, although strangely enough, I’m not from Ireland.  Must be my green color.  And my bells, you ask?  Well, those are actually my green calyces along
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