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Garden Party: Wedding Bouquets and Centerpieces Featuring Fruits and Vegetables
(above) Arrangement of peaches, blueberries, garden roses, spray
roses, ranunculus, mimosa, tulips, waxflower, pennycress, geranium,
plumosa and tree fern, in a vintage footed milk-glass vase. By Magnolia and
Twig, St. Paul.
(above) Arrangement of blackberries, mini calla lilies, mini cymbidium orchids, astrantia, helleborus, ranunculus, stock, andromeda, berzelia berries, pittosporum greens, and Italian ruscus greens, in a footed mercury-glass vase. By Studio B Floral, Burnsville.
(above) Bouquet of broccoli, green grapes, cymbidium orchids, hydrangea, berzelia, cabbage roses and philodendron, tied with an emerald-green silk ribbon. By Festivities, Medina.
(above) Bouquet of black raspberries, Yves Piaget garden roses, Morisca roses, Clooney ranunculus, black scabiosa, jasmine, succulents and dusty miller, wrapped with a pleated taffeta mulberry ribbon and tied with a lilac silk ribbon. By Haute Flower Boutique, Edina.
(above) Bouquet of mandarinquats (mandarin and kumquat hybrid), garden roses, ranunculus, narcissus, parrot tulips, andromeda, jasmine and cedar, wrapped with a white silk ribbon. By Flora Bella, Minneapolis.
(above) Arrangement of kale, grapes, Patience garden roses, lisianthus, hydrangea, freesia, seeded eucalyptus, ferns, veronica, scabiosa, parrot tulips, hyacinth and Italian pittosporum, in mercury-glass vessels. By Wisteria Design, Minneapolis.