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For the table centrepieces we collected old glass vases and teacups from vintage fairs and charity shops to fill with flowers. I loved seeing it all set up in the barn on the day, it was so pretty.

For the table centrepieces we collected old glass vases and teacups from vintage fairs and charity shops to fill with flowers. I loved seeing it all set up in the barn on the day, it was so pretty.

Golden Wedding Rose (floribunda/hybrid tea)  I've never liked yellow flowers of any kind. I'm not a huge fan of yellow anything! However, these might just change my mind! Reminds me of lemon pie, which I LOVE!

Golden Wedding Rose (floribunda/hybrid tea) I've never liked yellow flowers of any kind. I'm not a huge fan of yellow anything! However, these might just change my mind! Reminds me of lemon pie, which I LOVE!

Don't be afraid to mix things up, we've yet to find a flower that doesn't go with succulents.  Photo | Boyd Harris Photography

21 Exquisite Succulent Wedding Bouquets

Don't be afraid to mix things up, we've yet to find a flower that doesn't go with succulents. Photo | Boyd Harris Photography

Yellow and white wedding bouquet - yellow roses, craspedia, calla lilies, stock, and baby's breath {Lena Mirisola Photography}

Cheerful Cape Cod Summer Wedding

Yellow and white wedding bouquet - yellow roses, craspedia, calla lilies, stock, and baby's breath {Lena Mirisola Photography}

Flower Design Events: A Sneaky Peek at Sarah & Richard's Sunflower Wedding Day at St Anne's Parish Church & The Grand Hotel

Flower Design Events: A Sneaky Peek at Sarah & Richard's Sunflower Wedding Day at St Anne's Parish Church & The Grand Hotel

English Roses are some of the best-loved, high-performance flowers in the garden, so they are perfect for growing in the mixed border. When David Austin set out to breed the English Roses, one of his guiding principles was that his new roses should have the natural, shrubby growth that is typical of their ancestors the Old Roses.

English Roses are some of the best-loved, high-performance flowers in the garden, so they are perfect for growing in the mixed border. When David Austin set out to breed the English Roses, one of his guiding principles was that his new roses should have the natural, shrubby growth that is typical of their ancestors the Old Roses.

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