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Soft and muted, the pink and off-white hues in this bouquet are well-suited for an elegant wedding. This beautiful arrangement combines roses, tulips, and stock.
For modern appeal, put bright gerbera daisies in a simple white vase. Cut at varying lengths so some just barely peek out the top and others stand tall above them.
Embellish glass containers to further the motif of the wedding reception. Fit bands of paper and tape around containers. Fill with simple white carnations.
A white creamer is a perfectly elegant alternative to a regular vase. Fill it with pink sweet peas and yellow poppies. Want poppies to last longer? Cut them from the plant just as they begin to open. Sear the stems with a flame and immediately place in lukewarm water.
Group simple, spare blooms in a stunning arrangement. Place individual stems in containers proportional to their size. Arrange several in the middle of a table. Here, we used Solomon's seal, bleeding heart, floxglove, veronica, white foam flower, and annual geranium.
The soft glow of candles will create a warm, romantic atmosphere at your reception. Group pillar candles -- we used nine -- in the center of the table. Create a wreath base. Loosely weave twiggy branches with fake berries around the bundle of candles. Add a layer of red berries. Wrap a wide ribbon around the candles and secure with pins.
A mound of pink and white carnations is the focal point of a table. Place florist's foam in a white ceramic bowl. Stick in inexpensive carnations until the foam is hidden.
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