Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Rosemary and Lavender!

First off, THANK YOU!! to everyone for such sweet comments regarding my wedding photos. And another thank you for understanding about my recent MIA. If you left a comment for my give away, then don't forget to check back Friday morning when I'll announce the winner!

For today's post I have the lovely rosemary and lavender. They are both so wonderfully aromatic, biodegradable, and can be planted and enjoyed for years to come! In the pictures above, you can see how they, and other herbs, can easily be incorporated into your own wedding. My favorite is the bottom right picture, from brides.com, where little potted herbs doubled not only as placecards, but as favors too!

Top right picture: brides.com; Top Left picture: rosemary in handmade ceramic vase from flickr member FrozenCapybara; Middle Left: Lavender and Eucalyptus bouquet from theknot.com; Bottom left: homemade rosemary seasalt favors from MS weddings.

6 comments:

elizabeth said...

i absolutely love the bags in the top right picture! actually, i love ALL of these. simply beautiful and so unique!

aletha @ pearls events said...

I've missed you! :)

rebekah said...

LOVE the potted herbs. I wanted so badly to do that at our wedding but time/finances prohibited it. Such a beautiful product.

One Love Photo said...

Great ideas and photographs! I was just in a little wedding for my best friend and ordered our flowers from a great local florist. The bouquets were made with little cabbage heads and also had rosemary and thyme in them. It was awesome, I kept sniffing my flowers all day---what fun! The bouquet lasted for almost 2 weeks! I made the centerpieces using cabbage and hydrangea and clippings from the mother of the brides garden. It all turned out perfect!

Jennifer said...

Hey Heather(One Love Photo)

I would LOVE to see pictures of those bouquets and possible post them too! They sound absolutely lovely!

Orange Beach weddings said...

That's so adorable. What a great idea.

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