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Gilbert ~ Hollabaugh Wedding

Ceremony Wreaths – 2 smaller boxwood wreaths and 1 larger wreath of white garden roses, yellow solidago, and red hypericum berries

Photo by http://www.joshmccullock.com

Groom’s boutonniere – yellow solidago and red hypericum berries with rosemary sprigs wrapped in a red ribbon

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Brides bouquet with bridesmaid bouquets. Bridesmaids bouquets consisted of yellow coreopsis, yellow solidago, red hypericum berries, scabiosa pods, and silver artemesia wrapped in twine for the handle.

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Hanging mason jars filled with sand and tealight candles.

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Bridal bouquet – white garden roses, yellow solidago, red hypericum berries, scabiosa pods, mint, boxwood, lamb’s ear, and lemon leaf.  The handle was wrapped in lace to match the bride’s dress.  Three lockets were then attached containing photos of special family members to honor their memory.

Photo by http://www.joshmccullock.com

Bridal bouquet detail

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Bridal bouquet detail

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Sign-in table – white garden roses, yellow coreopsis, mint, and lamb’s ear in a vintage tin can

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Reception tables with antique kerosene lanterns and single bud vases of various flowers

Photo by http://www.joshmccullock.com

Photo by http://www.joshmccullock.com

Mason jars on receptions tables – grouped bunches of roses, dahlias, echinacea buds, coreopsis, and solidago

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Reception tables – bowls of lemon surrounded by herb seedlings in clay pots

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Bowls of lemon on reception tables – a great and inexpensive way to decorate!

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About alteague3828

My name is Anna and I am a floral artist and a newbie at this diy project thing. I have been a florist for the better part of 15 years and love doing weddings in my "spare time". But my passion for pretty things doesn't stop there. I also fancy purchasing "junk" and giving it new life. And I try to show people how transforming these pieces doesn't have to break the bank. I hope this blog inspires you!

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