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A Fall, Fruit-Inspired Styled Shoot

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An unstructured grouping of roses, dahlias, French dianthus, andromeda, jasmine, ranunculus and dripping clematis vines keeps this tall arrangement from looking too formal. Cloche domes full of pomegranates tie in the fruit theme.
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Who says your cake needs to be white? A vibrant marbleized pattern like this one is a fun way to tie in your color palette. Forgo expensive sugar flowers and use a few fresh French dianthus and hyacinth florets as decoration.
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Designers refer to white text on a block of color as a knockout type. here, the technique was used to create a watercolor-inspired logo, which was then printed on the invitations. The result is an elegant yet understated look that perfectly sets the tone for the day.
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Carry the fruit them through to the very end of the wedding by sending guests home with jars of tasty peach preserves. Handwritten labels with touching sentiments like "spread the love" make for a memorable favor.
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A Fall, Fruit-Inspired Styled Shoot

Don't be afraid to mix soft pastel colors with vivid jewel tones. The combination in this bouquet, which features amaryllis, ranunculus, garden roses, dahlias, hyacinths, andromeda, narcissus, French dianthus, clematis and jasmine, creates a lush and romantic look.
- Rita Kokshanian
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