Asheville Wedding Guide

Asheville Wedding Guide 2018

WNC magazine captures the grandeur of the North Carolina mountains and the lifestyle of its people through stunning photography and storytelling. Every issue is a celebration of the people, culture, arts, architecture, history, and foodways of WNC.

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114 THEASHEVILLEWEDDINGGUIDE.COM Silver brunia Berries are a must for any mountain floral bouquet, as they add a wild element and organic shape. In winter, opt for an icy variety like silver brunia. Black-eyed anemone Up the drama with this trendy stem; think of it as the black tie finish for a dapper tuxedo ensemble. SCABIOSA POD These dainty looking pods are surprisingly sturdy and provide a delicate, sculptural foil to traditional, petaled blooms. DUSTY MILLER A great filler that's soft to the touch and always easy on the eyes, this silver-blue foliage complements flora with cooler tones. silver sage This stem blurs the line between bloom and greenery, and gives off an enchanting herbal smell. tulip This sculptural bloom imparts sophistication and elegance with its clean lines. ranunculus From the ruffled layers of petals to the corkscrew stems, this little powerhouse makes a huge statement. king protea Splurge on a few large, statement blooms like this to up the extra-special aspect of your bouquet. Bonus Ranunculus make for handsome and compact boutonnières, too. Bonus Hardy protea will last from the ceremony to portrait time and all the way to the end-of- night bouquet toss.

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