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{Guest Post} Three Ways to Weave Flowers Into Your Ceremony

How to Incorporate Flowers in Your Ceremony

As a long-time officiant and celebrant, I firmly believe that a powerful, personalized ceremony is the best launch for an amazing wedding celebration. And folding flowers into the ceremony is a great way to give it a unique, creative dimension.  I’m happy to offer a handful of my favorite ways to weave flowers into your…

Flower Spotlight: Gerrondo Daisies

FiftyFlowers Gerrondo Daisies

If you are looking to add texture and a pop of color to your bouquets, centerpieces, or other arrangements, then look no further because Gerrondo Daisies can do just that. These are not your classic Gerbera Daisies, although they are from the same family. Their rounded, domed bloom and their full, feathery, layered 3D look sets…

Flower Spotlight: Wax Flower

Wax Flower Inspiration

Chamelaucium uncinatum, more commonly know as wax flower, is a wonderful filler flower with tiny cup shaped blooms, surrounded by five rounded petals. Wax flower is said to have gotten its name from the waxy feel of the flowers, although I couldn’t find any actual proof about that one. The blooms are scattered among pine-like…

Flower Spotlight: Soft, Feathery, Astilbe!

Astilbe Inspiration

In the FiftyFlowers Office we are constantly bringing in different flower varieties, to test quality, to photograph and expand our selection of premium quality bulk flowers… Well, we recently brought in some Astilbe and if you are looking to add super soft, feathery texture to your bouquet or arrangements, then this is the flower for…