DIY Table Runner: If you have long tables at your wedding reception, adding wedding flowers in shallow glasses or vases is a lovely idea. Choose a flower that will lay flat (think ranunculus or a daisy rather than a peony or rose) for the best results.
Rustic ranunculus and rose wedding table centerpieces: http://www.stylemepretty.com/little-black-book-blog/2016/11/28/big-sky-montana-destination-wedding/ Photography: Simply Sarah - http://simplysarah.me/
THE OLD WAY: Store-Bought Bouquet THE NEW WAY: Imperfectly Perfect Backyard Blooms - Step away from the grocery-store arrangements (too matchy-matchy) and instead go outside (or send the kids) to gather up a hodgepodge of wildflowers, grasses and herbs from the garden. You’ll be surprised how pretty “undone” arrangements can look.
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Blonde naked cake topped with berries and roses | Bohemian Chic Backyard Garden Wedding With Vintage Detailing | Photograph by Suzuran Photography & Styling by McPherson Events & Design