I love fresh herbs, vegetables, and fruits in wedding design. The colors are just so vibrant and I think the scent of lavender and rosemary and other herbs are just so calming. If I got married all over again (to the same man), I would probably still get the same bridal bouquet of black magic roses and green cymbidium orchids with maybe the addition of Brussels sprouts. They’re my current addiction and they’re so cute!
These amazing bouquets are so pretty. I would also love to host a dinner party one day with something similar to the below centerpiece utilizing only colorful vegetables.
From left to right: 1. Lavender and rosemary bouquet: source; 2. Kumquat and rosemary bouquet by Studio Choo via SEA*LIFE*STYLE; 3. Strawberry, macopa (rose apple/bell fruit), & purple cabbage rose bouquet by 7 Lily Flowers & Events via Brenda’s Wedding Blog; 4. Orange ranunculus, kumquats, proteas, and rosemary bouquet – photo by Abby Rose Photo on Brides.com
From left to right: 1. Herb and vegetable bouquet to include sage, oregano, mint, mini black peppers, brussel sprouts, green beens, asparagus, okra, sugar snap peas, cabbage, baby carrots, orange santana roses, orange dahlias, purple scabiosa flowers, orange spray roses, silver dusty miller and silver brunia by The Full Bouquet; 2. Red apple bouquet by Blush Floral Design and Laura Babb Photography via Rock N’ Roll Bride; 3. Purple and green bouquet by Snell Family Farm and Emily Delamater Photography via Style Me Pretty; 4. Green kale bouquet – Photography, Planning, Floral Design + Decor By Locally Grown Weddings via Style Me Pretty
From left to right: 1. Kale and yellow bouquet by grandiflora; 2. Kale, cockscomb, and peacock feather bouquet – Olivia Leigh Photographie via Offbeat Bride; 3. Vegetable centerpiece with baby carrots,mushroom, tomatoes, cauliflower, radish, asparagus by Martha Stewart via At Home with Kim Vallée
What do you think?
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