When one of Europe’s leading fashion houses hosts a special event it’s time for these beautiful white roses to shine.
They are grown in Colombia where the climate and altitude produces these extraordinarily huge blooms, heavy with a strong licoricey perfume of aniseed.
One can only hope they don’t steal the limelight from the frocks.
Cool blues and greens compliment the icy, barely pink rose to make an
easy on the eye bouquet for a warm summer morning wedding ceremony.
The groom kept it classic with a simple rose buttonhole.
I had never seen these crazy lantern like pods before this week, but every Kiwi who came into our shop on Smith St recognised them immediately as Swan Plant. They study them in primary school as they are home to the Monarch caterpillar . The season is pretty short, a couple of weeks or so but we’re hoping to get some more in tomorrow.
This Thursday is Valentines Day…………………
It’s time to say I love you, Je T’aime, Te queiro, Ich Liebe Dich………….
Or why not say it in the most romantic language of all……..The language of flowers!
These summery table centres brought colour and texture to a potentially dull board meeting.
Full of colour and texture and lightly fragranced, they helped bring a little touch of Summer into the Boardroom.
This wedding bouquet is softly colourful and totally Summery. Perfect for a Summer evening wedding at CERES.