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Digital Subscriptions > Wedding Flowers Magazine > January/February17 > Simple makes

Simple makes

Fancy making your own hand-tied bouquet? These step-by-steps from Jane Packer’s Flower Course will lead you to floral heaven

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To conceal the stems, Jane used a faded peach ribbon that coordinated with the dress in the picture. The colours had a vintage feel: the fragile blossoms of the cream camellia, the vanilla hue of the rose, and the lustre of the pearl-headed pins. Camellia foliage is strong and longlasting, so these robust leaves are good additions to any bouquet

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