5. Daisy For a cheery springtime bouquet, white daisies are a great go-to—whether they're being used as a filler flower or making up the entire arrangement. They naturally grow white blossoms, but thanks to food coloring they can be tinted purple, blue, neon green... almost any color under the rainbow. blooming season: late spring
Rustic daisy/hessian seating plan from a recent wedding. The tables were named after types of tea. We've put together more rustic ideas for your seating plan on our blog http://www.toptableplanner.com/blog/a-rustic-country-wedding-table-plan
Real Mooshki Bride Rebecca twirling the night away in her Rhian frock. Rhian is a spot tulle short tea length dress with elbow length sleeves and daisy lace trim. Mooshki classic. You can see the Rhian dress here: http://www.houseofmooshki.com/our-dresses/Rhian/
Margaret designed her dress for marriage to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. The ceremony was held in a Lynn Valley, North Vancouver church—caftan-style robe she had made herself in Vancouver. The hood of the floor length, white wool garment trimmed in white satin framed the bride's dark red curls, which were garlanded with daisies.