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Cosmos Wedding Flower Arrangements

The cosmo flower is mostly thought to be the symbol of order, peace and modesty. When given as a gift to a romantic partner, these flowers are commonly meant to represent the notion of walking together hand in hand, or to express the joys that love and life can bring. Along with their harmonious symbolism, cosmos are also representative of October births and 2nd wedding anniversaries

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@Gardenista Book: Cut Flower Patch; photo Jason Ingram.

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Going the colorful, casual route for the wedding flowers? Consider zinnias in tin cans. by bduck is awesome

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from Midwest Living

20 Beautiful Flower Arrangements

Framework Yes, fresh water in the container will help your bouquet last longer; however, never spray a bouquet with water, which encourages fungi to develop. Here, hosta leaves frame cosmos and oak leaf viburnum.

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With the fall season, brides and grooms are offered an unlimited number of colour options to incorporate into their wedding design. Description from stmarysgolf.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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from The Pretty Blog

Will & Becky’s Backyard Wedding

Wildflowers in jewel tones, mason jars filled with queen anne's lace, liatris, delphinium, larkspur and cosmos or zinnias

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Purple and pink lupin: They grow wild in Yosemite, and the color worked well for the “purple mountains.” Two different grasses: Hello, meadows. Blackberries and nigella pods: texture and woodland weirdness Two different ferns: We saw lots of these on the trip! Purple astilbe: gorgeous color and fuzzy texture Chocolate cosmos: dark, rich shadows

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from The Glamorous Housewife

Inspired By: Flowers

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