I made these two greeting cards for wedding anniversaries: one for my husband (and myself :), the other for my parents. For both cards I used paper punches and pattern-edged scissors. The first card features a spiral rose with veined leaves, the second — a simple quilling flower. The lettering done with a gel pen. The butterflies on the second card are paper punches. Look closer at the flower center, I used a punch for it, too.
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For those of us waking up in Vancouver this morning, a light dusting of snow was what awaited us. Although this was the first and hopefully the last snow we’ll see this winter, spring really is just around the corner and I for one cannot wait.
My favourite part of spring is all the beautiful spring flowers that pop up making the city awash in colour and fragrance.
In keeping with the spring mood, let’s talk flowers! I love weddings that incorporate lots of flowers from the ceremony to the reception and everywhere in between. Wedding flowers however, can be a very tricky piece of wedding planning that is often best left to the experts but if having an expert at your disposal is not possible, here is a quick list of flowers that always work and are always appropriate:
- Tulips – these are my favourites. They are available in lots of different colours and can be used for a soft elegant look or can add bold colour and drama to the event. These flowers are synonymous with spring, so finding them in the off-season may be difficult and expensive but always worth the effort. They work great in bridal bouquets and centrepieces but fall flat in the boutonniere or corsage department.
- Roses - roses are always a wedding favourite mainly because they truly symbolize romance and depending on what colour you choose, you accentuate that symbolism further. For example, red roses signify not just love but passion! Roses work great in all areas of the wedding from the ceremony to the reception and can be used for compact or tall arrangements equally. Just make sure the buds are open just right as those that are too open, look messy but those that are too tightly shut, lack the natural beauty that roses are known for.
- Calla Lilies – these trumpet-shaped flowers are great because they can be used totally alone (with no fillers) to create a gorgeous bouquet! From ceremony to reception, these flowers are great anywhere, even boutonnieres. Be careful though, these flowers are finicky and mark easily…be gentile.
- Daisies – daisies are so simple yet so perfect. They are great in bridal bouquets or in centrepieces and can even be used in corsages and boutonnieres. They are available in lots of colours and add purity and innocence to any event. Dress them up or keep them casual, daisies are good to go for any event, formal or not!
- Orchids – orchids bring the tropics to any event and their exotic appeal works anywhere in your wedding. From the simplest of arrangements to the most ornate bridal bouquets, orchids add just the right amount of drama. They come in a variety of colours from simple white to dramatic purples and can be used alone for a modern effect or with other flowers, like roses, for a more interesting look.
Flowers make an excellent addition to any wedding. The special meaning that many flowers carry combined with the colours and fresh scents that they offer, make them a truly important aspect of your wedding planning. Choose carefully and choose wisely. Not all buds are created equal. Do your homework and make sure you know what flower will work with your overall vision the best. Best of all, take time to smell the roses….the wedding day will go by quickly; so enjoy every second of it!
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