I’ve had flowers a lot on the brain lately and was thinking about different kinds of wedding bouquets ~ perhaps ones you could eat? There are some very pretty vegetables out there, like the Veronica variety of cauliflower for example that might work in a bouquet. So I did a little bit of sleuthing about and found all sorts of goodies!
Would love to see more of this kind of thing this year!
Top left: Gala apples, nito twigs, calamansi leaves, and dried filler. Image taken from http://www.weddingsatwork.com/
Top middle: Romanesco broccoli. Image taken by JennyGG Photography
Top right: Green asparagus and calla lillies. Image taken by Caroline Ghetes
Bottom left: Broccoli, cauliflower and green peppers (siling tagalong). Image from http://www.weddingsatwork.com/
Bottom right: Mayana leaves, pasta, sponge gourd, dried lemons, rattan fruit, eucalyptus leaves. Image taken from http://www.weddingsatwork.com/