"These flowers (cockscombs, zinnias, hyacinth beans, old-fashioned garden roses, honeysuckle, pieris, vitex, and phlox) were picked the morning of the wedding to preserve their fresh fragrance and form," explains Hannah Warfield of North Carolina-based Flora Verdi
, a supporter of the local-seasonal-and-sustainable phenomenon. "This is a late-summer arrangement, echoing the warm tones of the season: peach, orange, cream, and rust-kissed greens. It's ideal for a wedding taking place in a romantic garden with an antiqued look," says Warfield.
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