A elegant, classic bouquet with fragrance

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A relaxed wedding set in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. Sarah & Alex got married at the church in Charsfield and had the reception at Crows Hall, Suffolk. The colour scheme was subtle and sophisticated, combining ivory blooms with the fresh aroma of herbs. Today’s bouquet is Sarah’s bridal bouquet; see below for more photographs and the contents of the bouquet.

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Ingredients:

Eucalyptus Parvifolia

Eucalyptus Baby Blue

Rosemary

Astilbe Washingthon

Symphoricarpos White

Rose Spray Blanchette

Dahlia White Netty

Other herbs

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Interesting top tip: Not only do fresh or dried herbs look and smell amazing, but they also can symbolize just the sentiment you need for your upcoming marriage. During the Victorian era, the herbs a bride carried held serious meaning: lavender stood for luck and devotion, rosemary for remembrance, sage for a long life and thyme for courage. On the day itself will evoke memories later in life – to remind you of your wedding day! 

 

To see more photographs of this wedding, visit our blog.

For more information on the flowers used for the wedding, please comment below or call us on 01394 385 832 to speak to our in-house florists! OR visit our website for a whole range of beautiful fresh flowers at wholesale prices – www.trianglenursery.co.uk/fresh-flowers

For more inspiration, read our blogs, visit our website or contact us to speak to our experts on 01394 385 832.

Thank you for reading

Laura

Triangle Nursery Ltd 

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