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Murphy ~ Startzell Wedding

Vintage, country wedding with blue gingham as the accent pattern?

~ Brilliant! ~

Bridesmaids with bouquets.

Bridesmaids bouquets consisted of red and orange dahlias, red celosia, yellow solidago, red snapdragons, green hypericum berries, and german millet wrapped in twine.

Altar centerpiece of sunflowers, solidago, red dahlias, red celosia, snapdragons, purple and german millet, and green hypericum berries.

 

Orange dahlia boutonniere

Bridal bouquet white dahlias, white lisianthus, and pale green antique hydrangeas wrapped in a champagne and lace vintage trim handle.

Reception table piece – green antique hydrangeas, sunflowers, red celosia, solidago, green hypericum berries, and german millet in a vintage hat box.

Reception arrangement of red dahlias, sunflowers, green antique hydrangeas, yellow solidago, green hpericum berries, and german and purple millet in a rustic tin container.

Reception arrangement of red dahlias, sunflowers, green antique hydrangeas, yellow solidago, green hpericum berries, and german millet in an antique wooden tea box.

Tea cup centerpieces of red dahlias, sunflowers, green antique hydrangeas, yellow solidago, green hpericum berries, and german millet.

Buffet table arrangement of red dahlias, sunflowers, green antique hydrangeas, yellow solidago, green hpericum berries, and german and purple millet.

Mason jars of red dahlias wrapped in twine.

Sign-in table arrangement of red dahlias, sunflowers, green antique hydrangeas, yellow solidago, green hpericum berries, and german millet in an old wooden box.

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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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