Photos by: Ashley Garmon Photographers
Invitation Design by: Alyson Fox
I'm not sure how this would actually look, but it's nice to see something different, and peacock feathers are always so pretty. Photo from InStyle.
I love Anemone bouquets.
They are in season from January though May, and then again from August through December.
Peonies are available from late Spring to early Summer. I love them in this jar too. A pretty photo from twelve 11.
I would love ranunculus with some wildflowers or thistle.
This pretty ranunculus & rose bouquet with thistle is from The Knot. I like the leaves too, probably because it makes it less formal.
These dried Thistle are $8.99 a bunch at Save-on-crafts!
They have branches that you can even buy, to add to bunches or make a vase of. They don't have the yellow pom pom flowers though. Does anyone remember what those are called?
Pineapples? Is this right? The Seed Man has these 25 seeds/packet for $2.15! so cute! I need to get some of these and make a wildflower bunch. Wouldn't it be sweet to have someone pick a bunch of wildflowers for you and ride them over to you on their bike?
more bike rides, fresh strawberries, wheat grass, and fresh rolls.
oh! i found this photo:
Brides.com calls them Scabiosa flowers.
This Posies and wild-like bunch are also from Brides.com:
So, I think I've gotten carried away with the flowers suddenly. I could go on too, but there are many other details involved. Here's some lil' cakes from Martha Stewart. I like that they are small and have lil' dots, although I would probably use something other than a rose on top.
I love the colors here, and the tissue pom-poms are so pretty. Laura made some for Gabriella's birthday party and I kept one. (shh). Wait till you see the ridiculous photo I took with it. It makes for a very fancy hat. haha. Take a look at Martha's web page for instructions on how to assemble your very own...