This year flowers are taking on a new form in the way of traditions. The Victorian saying “something old, new, borrowed and blue” is meant to bring good luck to a marriage, but it now inspires a naturally beautiful wedding day too.
Something OLD – Antique roses call to mind time-honored tradition and meticulous care, two things bound to play a role in your lives together.
Something NEW – White Easter lilies tucked one inside another make a surprising tiered silhouette effect, as if you’ve invented a new species of flowers; this effect flows just as your train flows.
Something BORROWED – A bundle of jasmine, zinnias, sedum and ranunculuses looks fresh and wild, as though each blossom was hand picked from your grand-mother’s garden.
Something BLUE – An exuberant cluster of nigella, anemones and muscari with porcelain berries and dusty miller, is a celebration of blue; from the palest sky to the deepest twilight.