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Japanese magnolias, late-blooming camellias, kumquats, loropetalum, and bottlebrush set off this Southern display by Pistil and Stamen, of New Orleans. | Photo by Alison Gootee | Garden & Gun Magazine

Kate & David

Floral Designer: STEMS Floral Design - Kate & David | Garden Party Wedding at Laguna Gloria by The Nichols - via Snippet & Ink

Shenorock Shore Club Wedding

Peony Bouquet | See the wedding on SMP: http://www.stylemepretty.com/new-york-weddings/westchester/2013/12/18/shenorock-shore-club-wedding/ Kelsey Combe Photography

How to Use Wood Floral Picks with Silk Flowers

I choose to use wood floral picks on my flower or greenery stems that are either too thin or too short. This ensures I have strong mechanics with my wreaths and it enhances the overall quality of the wreath construction. My customers keep coming back to purchase from me because they know I pay attention to detail down to the mechanics of the wreath base and produce strong quality wreaths. This video shows you how to use wood floral picks in wreaths.

I just love natural accents. We grew the cotton ourselves and preserved the magnolia branches with glycerine. Took a whole season for the cotton but it was so worth it! Cotton boll, cotton centerpiece, southern tradition, fresh farmhouse