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Hanging amarathus (green also) is perfect for decorating an arch or any kind of column at your ceremony or reception space. Just work in other flowers in the color scheme along the way.

Flowers by Amy Osaba, photography by Jemma Keech

Love this bouquet..earthy, loosely gathered w/ ranunculus, succulants, peonies, and wild flowers. Ashley Hotka {Good Earth Floral Design Studio}

Santa Barbara wedding, photograph by Tec Petaja. Flowers by Riley Messina (of Erba Floral Studio)

I always make up these little bud vases with the fallen or broken flower heads from my bouquets, and finally, when the bouquet is quite dead, I use the last blooms. I just can't bear to see them go :)

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose / by any other name would smell as sweet." __ Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene 2.

Roses all in a row. Photography: Kate Osborne Photography - kateosbornephotog...

This creative little team of Annabella Charles Photography, Karin from Haute Horticulture - who creates the most incredible florals – and Kristin from Everbloom Designs, designed all this prettiness for Issue 4 of Magnolia Rouge Magazine. - See more at:

Daisies are part of the aster family, plants known for multiple homeopathic uses. Both wild and cultivated, daisies symbolize healing invisible ills, health on the inside. Give daisies to a friend with a cold. A bouquet of daisies for an AIDS or cancer benefit.

ooh pretty! & as a bonus, the light green finger-like flower in the middle is called kangaroo paw.