Recipe for Fragrance: Peonies, Garden Roses, & Sweet Peas!

Last Saturday’s wedding overlooking Puget Sound was lovely, in soft blush tones, with picture-perfect weather, but my favorite thing about it was the fragrance I was surrounded by while making these arrangements. Peonies, garden roses, sweet peas, and herbs combine to make a heady perfume. Under the warm May sun, it was almost too much. Almost. Hydrangea, Lamb’s Ear, and Candy Tuft completed this look. Even better, I had the of pleasure working again with Parker Events on this wedding!

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4 responses to “Recipe for Fragrance: Peonies, Garden Roses, & Sweet Peas!

  1. I like that rustic arch. Does that belong to you? Is it for sale?

  2. Reblogged this on Steel Toes & Florals.

  3. Love the pictures and layout of the flowers, the flowers on and leading up to the alter are just beautiful

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