The Language Of Flowers
Andrea Ingala (Bride) Litchfield, CT
If you've ever read The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, you'll know that you can tell an entire story with the flowers you carry. I used delphinium for an open heart and for light, agapanthus for a love letter, eucalyptus to protect us, and ranunculus because I felt radiant. The ruscus was to convey humility - for the love and support we felt for and from our everyone. I put the bouquets together for me and my sister (my maid of honor) and loosely arranged the centerpieces in recycled jars. FiftyFlowers is fun and easy to use with plenty of inspiration around the site. Thank you!
Flowers by Andrea Ingala