Thursday, March 10, 2016


Tiny clusters of flowers in the shape of stars with a pearl in the middle.  Stephanotis does indeed seem the traditional, now and forever bridal flower not only for bouquets but hairstylists and clothing designers are incorporating them into wearables. The Victorians put Stephanotis up there as the end all be all for a happy marriage.  Check out almost any mid-Century wedding photograph and Stephanotis is most likely somewhere in the bride's bouquet. Fast forward sixty some years and they are still traditional --still beloved. Just how would you use this little flower to brighten up your special day . . . .?

Photo 2: Dress by Yumi Katsura
Photos 2 and 3: Boutonniere via Colin Cowie Weddings
Photos 4-7: Henley Photography//Hair by Salon Glam//Gown by Amy-Jo Tatum
Photos 8-9: Bouquet via Little Miss Wedding//Boutonniere via Lillie's Flower Blog


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Picture 7 is just SO beautiful!

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