Fresh Foliage Bouquet Fresh foliage, which can be gathered from your own yard, adds a loose and casual feel to a bouquet. Plus, greenery (often called "filler") is much less expensive than traditional blooms.
Beautiful for a late fall wedding. Viburnum and unripe blackberry sub would also be gorgeous. Flowers in arrangement: Antique hydrangea and roses, plum scabiosa, astrantia, tulips, dahlias, and seeded eucalyptus
Be Charmed by This Handcrafted California Farmhouse and Garden In this photo: Wicker chairs from Target pull up to an antique pine table under a wisteria-covered pergola. Olive trees border either side of the gravel patio.
All the delicate tones of a watercolor painting, captured in an ethereal bouquet. Green orchids and purple dahlias mingle with lavender and chartreuse blooms to create a vision of pure beauty. Green cymbidium orchids and viburnum, purple dahlias, hydra