JUST FOR FUN

So, the boringness of homework has overwhelmed me and the web browser has been calling my name. Why not? Let’s check facebook, email, catch up on blogs. Oh my! A survey about wedding flowers, Horray. Apparently for my far off wedding my floral style is 80% Natural.

80%Natural Style

Fresh is best when it comes to flowers in your book. In the perfect world, you would gather all the blossoms for your bouquet from a friend’s garden, but your practical side knows that it is best to leave the arranging to your trusted floral designer. Natural style has a “just picked” look that can take on a prairie feel or an English garden sensation depending on the blossoms you choose. For a prairie-inspired bouquet, think grasses, black-eyed Susans, purple coneflowers, echinops, and various berries and seedpods. For a petal-rich spin on natural style, call on sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, larkspurs, delphiniums, peonies, tulips, and herbs.

Your favorite centerpieces have a laid-back look. Found containers, such as galvanized buckets, wooden boxes, or a collection of old flowerpots, are perfect supports for your unstructured arrangements. A natural-style centerpiece might be a handful of peonies plunked in a blue canning jar adorned with a ribbon, or a collection of fresh-cut herbs in a moss-covered wire basket. Take inspiration from your reception site when designing natural-style centerpieces.

To find out your Wedding Floral Style click here.

http://www.bhg.com/bhg/quiz.jsp?quizId=/templatedata/bhg/quiz/data/1145044753434.xml

 
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