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Flower Trends: Antique/Vintage Containers for flowers. Vintage tin can vase. #flowers #decoratingideas

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Outdoor wedding arrangements or same flowers could be used for an indoor arrangement. No curly willow on top! Like pink hydrangeas

Vintage church flowers in Wellow, Bath.  I like the jug in the niche complementing the main display.

Another pedestal shape. This arrangement has been placed directly onto the church pedestal stand (most churches have these to use). This isnt to show florals but a possible shape.

beautiful decoration or centerpiece with pink peonies

Pink Wedding Inspiration by Cynthia Martyn Events

Pink wedding flowers, photography by Rebecca Wood, design by Cynthia Martyn via Style Me Pretty

Gallery & Inspiration | Picture - 239594 - Style Me Pretty

Sassi Desert Wedding from Harrison Hurwitz Photography

Reynolda Gardens - One of the most beautiful flowers. Does anyone know the name of the flower pictured above?

Corkscrew Vine (Vigna Caracalla) flower in Reynolda Gardens, North Carolina, by mbtphoto.very intriguing vine:):)

Colors Of Fall Arrangement. $48.00, via Etsy.

Colors Of Fall Arrangement

This arrangement is full of beautiful fall flowers, berries, and greenery. It would look great used as a centerpiece on a table.

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Wisteria is hardy and fast-growing and sometimes considered to be a an invasive species. Wisteria can be propagated by hard cuttings, soft cuttings or seeds. The flowers of some wisteria are edible and used to make wine, but other species are toxic.