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I’m lucky enough (or rather my wallet is unlucky enough) to live close to Flora Grubb Gardens here in San Francisco, but anyone can take inspiration from the amazing succulent bridal flowers they put together. (Scroll down to the blog below the online shop to see lots of fantastic photos.) I love the unusual combinations, from tillandsia and pitcher plants, to echevaria and scabiosa, orchids and viburnum. They’re stunning together, uncommon to say the least, and some of the plants (or cuttings of them) will live on long after the wedding! Now that’s a way to preserve your bouquet for future generations.


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  1. Laura Cochrane says:

    That is a beautiful wedding bouquet! Succulents are such strong-looking plants, with unique, bold shapes. Of course they should be made into a wedding bouquet!

  2. Laurpud says:

    And the fact that you can keep your bouquet growing is just AWESOME!

  3. Kristina - Northampton-Amherst-MA-Weddings says:

    Wow! This bouquet is really awesome.Love it.