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(blue not pink flowers) Rustic Queen Anne Wedding Invitations by Brynn Rose Designs at minted.com

“The bridesmaids bouquets will be asymmetrical bouquets all arranged slightly differently comprised of white Queen Anne’s lace, small, mint green succulents, peachy pink garden roses, peach stock flowers, gray dusty miller, white balsa wood flowers, sil

The beginning gardener looking for "something different" for a shade garden would be well-advised to try Epimedium. Here are some facts about the 'Rose Queen' cultivar: http://landscaping.about.com/od/plantsforshadyareas/ss/Rose-Queen-Epimedium-Whimsical-Full-Shade-Plant-Reputed-Aphrodisiac.htm

The Queen of Roses. German, 1500. Instead of being divided into hearts, spades, clubs, and diamonds, the set is divided into five different groups (roses, columbines, carnations, parrots, hares) and each suite has ten numbers and four figures (king, queen, valet, knave).

Valet of Hares. German, 1500. Instead of being divided into hearts, spades, clubs, and diamonds, the set is divided into five different groups (roses, columbines, carnations, parrots, hares) and each suite has ten numbers and four figures (king, queen, valet, knave).