Tag Archives: white

Wedding Flowers: Springtime Lilacs

Ahhh… nothing smells like Springtime to me like the mesmerizing floral scents of the lovely lilac.  I grew up in Ohio, so lilac trees were a common sight (not so much here in Raleigh, NC).  My mother had several in her yard, and the heralding of Spring brought heaps of lilac flowers into the house.  To
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Lenten Rose: A Winter-Flowering Beauty

Lenten rose, Helleborus x hybridus,  is not actually a rose at all, but a cousin of the buttercup.  Hellebores bloom in winter, usually anywhere between January and March.  It can be hard to find unique flowers for a wedding this time of year but these little guys love the cold weather.  And although I may
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Style: Winter Wonderland

There is something just so very magical about snow.  Style your wedding day with a wintery wonderland feel by layering on shades of white, silvery accents, and crystal details for a look that is lush and enchanting. Are you having a winter wedding?  What colors did you decide on?  Check out our Snowflake Pocket Invitation to
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Mums: Versatile Wedding Flower

Are you looking for a flower that comes in many sizes, shapes, and colors?  Need to make some centerpieces while not breaking the bank?  Give chrysanthemums a try!  These little (or big) gems are available all year and work with any color scheme.  They are so versatile, affordable, easy to work with, long lasting, and
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Travels: Vail, Colorado

With white peaks and powdery slopes, Vail, Colorado sets the tone for this wintery wedding inspiration board.  Whether you’re an avid skier or a sideline snow bunny, this style is crisp, cozy, and fit for a mountain top affair. Images: Vail, Colorado; Bride on skis; Quilted white wedding cake; Cotton bridal bouquet; White cotton candy;
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Allium

Some people call me “stinky.”  Dogs and cats call me “toxic.”  But florists see me in a different light.  They think I’m beautiful.  Hi, I’m the ornamental onion.  You’re probably familiar with my cousins: garlic, chives and leeks.  And while they have great culinary value, their flowers are no match for mine.  I am the
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