Here, one of the world's least-expensive flowers, baby's breath, is massed in stone pots and above the door like mounds of snow. To fill the transom arch, we made an upside-down wooden T and placed it on the existing ledge. After wiring florist's oasis to the T, we stuffed in layer after layer of baby's breath. With white rose petals on the ground, the effect is a floral blizzard. Planters, by Campo de Fiori, campodefiori.com.
Site: St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church, Darien, GA.

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