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Botanical Duets

Matching show-stopping wedding bouquets to stunning centerpieces, 417-land florists take your favorite flowers from the ceremony to the reception.

Styled by Jamie Kalil | Photographed by Kevin O'Riley

Dec 2013

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Floral Varieties: White miniature cymbidium orchids, pincushion protea, orange tulips, honeysuckle and lemon leaf
Florist: The Flower Merchant

"The radiance of these colors is a welcome break from the bleak Ozarks winter. Warm colors simply warm the heart, especially when executed in tropical blossoms and garden flowers." –Pat Phillips AIFD, with The Flower Merchant

The Centerpiece: Garden Style


The Bouquet: Hand-tied nosegay

 

Floral Varieties: Assorted succulents, green hydrangea, orange pin cushion protea, white Oriental lilies.
The Florist: Wickman's Garden Village

"The textural elements combined with the various colors create a naturalistic elegance for an outdoor wedding or a more rustic lodge reception with a touch of classic styling." –Steve Waddell AIFD, with Wickman's Garden Village

The Centerpiece: Table runner

The Bouquet: Hand-tied

Floral Varieties
Centerpieces: Solidago, wax flower, snap dragon, rose, matsumato, tulip, silver sage, bells of Ireland, green hydrangea, ranunculus and baby’s breath 
Bouquet: Ranunculus, silver sage, veronica, bells of Ireland, matsumato, freesia, lisianthus, larkspur

The Florist: Flowerama

 

"I love that these flowers are so whimsical. The relaxed look of the arrangement and the pops of color give this bouquet the look of fresh-picked flowers from your garden." –Lauren Roller, with Flowerama

The Centerpiece: Loose stems
Apothecary Jars: $8–12 at Obelisk Home

The Bouuqet: Hand-tied

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