I think I manage to get one post a week that has some kind of flower in it, and today's post is the one. Check out these cool daisy ball centerpieces with a candle on top featured in the new book How to Plan Your Wedding.
If you are planning a wedding or helping to plan one, check out this cool chart made of different sized flowers that shows how much you should spend proportionately based on the size of the flower, pretty cool for a book filled with the most beautiful flower arangements.
Click on this page to enlarge and read the wedding budgeting chart made of flowers.
More about the Jacqui Small wedding planning book:
by Paula Pryke
Illustrated with images of Paula Pryke’s stunning floral creations, this practical wire bound notebook will be an indispensable companion for the bride in the run up to the wedding, and a beautiful keepsake afterwards. Paula offers advice on all the different aspects of wedding planning gleaned from her years of experience, and includes hints and tips from wedding planners she has worked with. Space is included throughout for the bride to make her own notes and keep her own records.
Paula Pryke is a world-renowned florist who has been based in London for the last 25 years. Paula published her first book in 1993 and has now published fifteen flower books that have been translated into as many languages. Paula is passionate about weddings and this is one of the areas she finds the most rewarding. She believes strongly that the role of a florist is to interpret the dreams and desires of her clients and she enjoys exploring the taste and style of her brides and brooms. During 25 years experience of arranging flowers both in the UK and overseas Paula has worked with the very best wedding planners and organizers, and has worked on all types of weddings from intimate register office and civil ceremonies to grand weddings in abbeys and castles.