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monochromatic floral arrangements

I love the flowers displayed in the above photo - especially seeing the hyacinths freshly cut and out of a pot, and don't the rannuculas look perfect in that mason jar? (Photo credit: Virginia MacDonald for Style at Home -

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Wedding idea: Mason jars filled with flowers and hung by ribbon to the ceremony chairs.

Flowers

too orangey, but you can see the golden coxcomb at the bottom, which could also be added to a champagney gold fading into coral bouquet.

Pretty country flower arrangement.

Decorating with Texan Antiques

wrong colors, but just as an example I have a bunch of these tin buckets that we could use for a low cost option for the centerpiece vases

In a 400 year-old farmhouse near Toulouse, the ancient stone countertop is the perfect spot to arrange roses picked from the garden. The juxtaposition between solid stone and delicate flower is a thing of beauty.  Photo by Stacey Van Berkel Photography  #ScottiesInspiration

In a 400 year-old farmhouse near Toulouse, the ancient stone countertop is the perfect spot to arrange roses picked from the garden. The juxtaposition between solid stone and delicate flower is a thing of beauty. Photo by Stacey Van Berkel Photography

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