"A Journal About Liv(-ing), Loving & Lipsticks. A Collection of Beauty, Brides & Blogging, A Life Inbetween Potions & Lotions " by Liv Lundelius

random bouquet

Posted on: Friday, October 2, 2009

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shoes found here via twitter thecoveted
Liv was thinking what her favorite flowers are.
But I couldn’t really find an answer.
so I decided to look up the meaning of different flowers and create a bouquet based on that.
Maybe it would look good to just randomly combine different flowers, more like
handpicked wild flowers…thats more my style of bouquet, rather than perfect matching bouquets.

So here we go:
Orange Blossom: Innocence, Eternal Love, Marriage and Fruitfulness
Orchid: Love, Beauty and Magnificence
Peony: Happy Marriage and Prosperity
Poppy (yellow) – Wealth; success
Acacia: Friendship
Rose, Pink: Perfect Happiness
Heather (white) – Protection; wishes will come true
Lemon Leaves: Everlasting Love
Mint – Protection from illness; warmth of feeling

In the meantime I will do some more research and find a few inspiring flower pictures to share soon!

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4 comments :

  • WestAussieWedding

    I love the idea of loosely picked bouquet full of random flowers and herbs.. What a happy thought!
    It’s always interesting to see the meanings of different flowers.. I like the idea of including some lemon leaves.

    Those shoes remind me of Mary Poppins!
    .-= WestAussieWedding´s last blog ..Homemade native bouquet =-.

  • josi

    those shoes remind me of Mary Poppins too, I love them!
    .-= josi´s last blog ..A wedding story =-.

  • Living

    What a great idea – Mary Poppins. You’re so right, Liv.

  • Anne

    i love how we sometimes connect without being close…’mary poppins on nightshift’ haha

    and liv, this is probably my favorite post since i love the thought of having all these flowers back, even now when it’s getting darker and colder…einhoch auf den sommer!

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