Thursday, February 26, 2009




[From last weekend's wedding: pussy willow, anemones, ranunculas, sweetpea, majolika spray roses a bit of gypsophillia. Teal ribbon.]

13 comments:

sarah said...

this is so beautiful and soft! i love the teal ribbon too. also, that you made gypsophelia cool is quite a feat!

cindy : quaint said...

so beautiful ... your bouquets always have such a delicate, soft sense.

kimberly said...

you always get ahold of the best ranuculas...hope your doing good!

17 beats. said...

seriously folks, this woman does a mean corsage. my honey and i each got one for a party a while back and we looked like gold.

ps. sarah, if you think this comment is too nerdball... f off! you are awesome and if the world doesn't know by now, f them! if you delete this i will cut you with a little, tiny knife.

Pam-housemartin said...

sigh...
why dont more people get married at this time of year JUST to have pussy willows and pink-kissed ranuncula? I love this loveliness...

catbird said...

clearly this was for a very beautiful and special couple. (full disclosure: it was for my sister's wedding.)

fir reals though - everyone ooohed and aaahed over it. sooooo beautiful. and we are still enjoying the ranunculus!

Parallel Parker said...

This was my bouquet!! And I loved it SO! I spent the first 20 minutes of my honeymoon lamenting that I hadn't brought it with me. Also, I refused to throw it b/c i was so in love with it.
I went to bed a few minutes before my new husband on the night of our wedding. And I fell asleep staring into the romantic dreaminess of this beautiful arrangement.
(I'm not making any of this sappy stuff up. Promise.) Thank you Sarah and Sister Catbird! You helped made the wedding so so pretty!

Ros said...

Wow just beautiful, love the colours, so soft and wintery!

Anonymous said...

delicious

Rebekka said...

ranuculus....so beautiful....my favorite!

Tracy21 said...

Wow! That is so delicate and gorgeous. I want one just like it and I wouldn't throw it, either! What part is the gypsophelia? Now I'm curious. Are you listed with http://www.gatheringguide.com/ec/floral_design_florists.html? That's where my maid of honor has been looking for our wedding flowers.

Sarah said...

gypsophillia is baby's breath

sera said...

This is so gorgeous. I wish you were on my side of the continent.