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Hello Spring Sweeties!

  |   By Amber Richman

Fluffy, ruffly, irresistible! Sweet peas are yet another spring flower to melt over!

A wedding bouquet entirely of sweet peas is not only breath-taking, but a rarity that will be sure to leave your guests buzzing. Use it within your centrepieces as a pavé arrangement in simple square containers, or create dreamy kissing balls and a halo for your flower girl!

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Hello Spring Sweeties!

The wedding bouquet I carried down the aisle (I had three bouquets, for different parts of the day...I'm a florist after all!) was full of sweet peas, parrot tulips, and dendrobium orchids—and perhaps most memorable to me was it's lovely aroma. Sweet peas have exactly that, a soft sweet scent reminiscent of warm spring days.

Typically available throughout April and May, sweet peas are an often overlooked spring flower that will give you an opportunity to use something unique. Thankfully they are easier to find and hardier then other seasonal blooms, such as lily of the valley.

This article was originally published on May 11, 2009
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