She carried a handmade, dried and preserved bouquet of white hydrangeas, sola flowers, grasses, and yellow and gray Craspedia
wrapped with a lace-embroidered handkerchief which was 'borrowed' from her sister, Natalie.
Farmers grow yellow lilies, standard eryngium, white agapanthus, planum eryngium, craspedia
3 Elderberry Panax Asteraceae *Arctotheca calendula Cape Weed *Bellis perennis English Daisy Cassinia aculeata Common Cassinia Cassinia longifolia Shiny Cassinia Chrysocephalum apiculatum Common Everlasting Chrysocephalum semipapposum Clustered Everlasting *Cirsium vulgare Spear Thistle Coronidium scorpioides Button Everlasting Craspedia
variabilis Common Billy-buttons Cymbonotus preissianus Austral Bear's-ears *Erigeron sp.
It was put together by Beth Forbes-Simpson, of Cardiff-based Forbesfield flowers, and featured an array of pastel roses as well as distinctive yellow craspedia
(3) At left, cymbidium orchids, protea, celosia, craspedia
, tulips, dusty miller, hypericum berries, lime hydrangea, roses and aspidistra foliage.
Other favourites of ours in this sunny spectrum include the elegant Florex Gold calla lilies, funky Pasta di Mamma gerbera, wonderful craspedia
, and fragrant mimosa.
Blue and yellow + drumsticks (Craspedia
globosa) in tea tins
Related Family Members in Book: Ageratum, Artemisia, Aster, Centaurea, Chrysanthemum, Cosmos, Craspedia
, Dahlia, Echinacea, Echinops-Gerbera, Helianthus, Liatris, Rudbeckia, Senecio, Solidago, x Solidaster and Zinnia
Among the ones that keep their form the longest are grayish brown scabiosa pods and spherical yellow drumsticks (Craspedia
Related Family Members in Book: Achillea, Ageratum, Artemisia, Aster, Bracteantha, Centaurea, Cosmos, Craspedia
, Dahlia, Echinacea, Echinops, Gerbera, Helianthus, Lia Iris, Rudbeckia, Senecio, Solidago, x Solidaster, and Zinnia
The natural waistline was adorned by an intricate, hand-beaded crystal vintage belt A romantic bouquet of blush garden roses and peonies, ivory hydrangeas, green succulents, lamb's ear, yellow craspedia
, and eucalyptus with cascading berries was carried by the bride.