Saturday, 2 April 2011

Daffodil Bouquet?

I love spring. I love suddenly spotting daffodils everywhere. It's makes me happy. 
This thought made me realises that daffodils are actually my favourite flower. 

I never though I had a favourite flower, to be honest I've never much much of a flower person at all. But the closer our wedding becomes ( 6weeks today,*a scary thought*), the more I start to panic about not having anything much at all sorted. My bouquet being one of those things. The beauty of daffodils made me think... so I decided to type in 'daffodil bouquet' into google (very original I know)... and trusty google didn't fail to inspire me.

I love that daffodils can grow in the ugliest places, creating a happy glow, which never fail to make me smile, like the middle of a dual-carriage way for instance.

Normally I wouldn't post pictures that I have gathered from google, as I always prefer to upload my own pictures, but I thought I would make an exception as I wouldn't be able to capture these myself.





























I found this on a beautiful blog creature comforts. And I love it. It's also very easy to make, which is always a bonus.

I'm now living in hope that daffodils will still be in bloom by the time our wedding rolls by. The more I look at this picture, the more I fall in love with the colour yellow. It just seems to radiate happiness. Perfect for a spring wedding.

Another reason to love blogging, and my blog alike. 
If not for this blog, I don't think I would have found my wedding bouquet this easily. 
Starting this post, I had no idea what google would find me. 
By the end, I'm dead set on making my own daffodil bouquet.

Speak Soon, 
Katie

6 comments:

  1. Your right, yellow is a real gorgeous colour! A spring wedding would be gorgeous, white and pale yellow! I love reading your blog x

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  2. Btw I gave you a blog award: http://xxcmgxx.blogspot.com/2011/04/blog-award-kreativ-blogger-award.html x

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  3. Hi Katie! I also love daffodils, they are such a happy flower.

    I picked those bow headbands up at an accessories store in Canada called Ardene. Don't know if you have that in the UK? I did not see any pure blue bows, you should try going to a craft store and buy your own ribbon and make some! Bows are SO easy to make, then you could pick the perfect color as well.

    I will keep an eye out for some more blue ones the next time i go out =)

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  4. They would look so nice as a wedding bouquet! I defy anyone who says daffodils don't put a smile on their face x

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