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A loose cluster of springtime blossoms looks uber femme when wrapped in ribbons of heirloom lace. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Add texture to a traditional buttonhole with sprigs of blush-hued viburnum berries. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Cut costs not style by using lamb's ear in place of extra greenery or filler flowers. The silver hue and velvety texture will add visual interest without adding to your budget. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Select your wedding flowers according to what's in season. Generously sized peonies are readily available from late October to December. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Place your floral arrangements atop mirrored surfaces to create a sense of space. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Find beauty in the little things - daisies picked fresh from the garden create a wild element to an otherwise structured posy. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Extend your colour palette of soft pink, off-white, butter yellow and peach to your floral arrangements for a truly beautiful effect. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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Pair buds of gypsophila and blush pink David Austin roses for a simple yet sophisticated floral headpiece. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

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The bigger the better - hydrangeas, peonies, dahlias and roses making a striking statement in full bloom. by http://www.willoughbyroad.co.nz/

Willoughby Road Boutique Wedding Flowers

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