And then we ate it!!! mmmmmmmmmm. There are seven siblings in various stages of development. We may be midwives tomorrow too. Miss Figgy is waving her big leaves proudly. Thank you Figgy! Good job.
In October we are providing the flowers for an amazing, yet small wedding on John Lennon's Birthday. I'm not sure the Bride is aware of this fact, but being a young and stylish girl, she might be up on the birthdays of musical Legends. If she didn't know before this blog, she'll know when she reads it.
She emailed that she didn't want a wrapped-up, cinched-in kind of 'handle' for her bouquet and did I have any ideas. I did.
In the process of mocking up a bouquet for another bride, I replaced the ribbon with some galax leaves.
And then I wondered if I ever needed to use ribbon again.
The JL Birthday bride isn't getting galax, but her stems will be really pretty, sans ribbon.
On another note, I was playing fetch with Blossom in the backyard, admiring my PeeGee Hydrangea that are green and white right now and I was thinking how much I love it when they're like this, yet I always wait for them to harden off and turn pink or cranberry...and it never does it beautifully because of all the rain in the Fall. So I plucked some tiny baby blossoms and used them in the mock up.
I think they accent the David Austin Patience rose very nicely!