Photo: Kelly Hornberger
Even though fall is right around the corner, we're trying to hang on to the last vestiges of summer and today's post on chamomile and feverfew is exactly what we need. Chamomile (yep, the kind used as tea!) and feverfew are both daisy-like plants and look very similar with their petite white petals and bright-yellow centers. Both are a great choice for summer weddings when they're plentiful at the flower market. The cheerful blooms are a great way to add whimsy to bouquets and centerpieces, but also look great on their own. Check out our favorite ways to incorporate these happy flowers into your wedding.
Lush Bridal Bouquet (above): This gorgeous creation by La Fleuriste includes feverfew (they're like little bursts of sunshine!), garden roses, ranunculuses, and fresh greenery.
Photo: Paige Jones
Chamomile Bridal Bouquet: A hand-picked bouquet entirely made of chamomile is simple yet chic.
Photo: Marvelous Things Photography
Bridesmaid Bouquet: This bright-yellow posy includes feverfew, craspedia, lamb's ear, and yellow peonies.
Photo: Harmony Loves
Flower Girl: Send your flower girl down the aisle carrying a clutch of chamomile (and how cute are her cowboy boots?!).
Photo: Jen Rodriguez
Ceremony Aisle: For a cheerful touch, hang mason jars filled with feverfew or chamomile from the chairs lining the ceremony aisle.
Photo: Colin Miller
Tea Tin Centerpiece: Create a vintage-chic centerpiece by using antique tea and coffee tins as vases. This arrangement includes scabiosa, feverfew, geranium leaves, and gomphrena.
Photo: via Pinterest
Feverfew and Tweedia Centerpiece: Yellow and blue are a timeless color combination, perfectly exemplified by this pretty centerpiece of feverfew, tweedia, veronica, and viburnum berries.