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Romantic Pink Blooms

Growing up I was always a girly girl, but never the pink-obsessed version of a girly girl that was many of my friends. As an adult, I often find pink to be completely irresistible, especially when it takes the form of fluffy romantic flowers tucked inside time-worn vintage glass bottles. Like these that I spied over at Dreamy Whites. I love how pretty and romantic a few blooms in assorted shapes and sizes of bottles can look so chic – and really, this is just so effortless to pull off. I could see these lining a long banquet table or grouped together as a centerpieces on classic round tables at a wedding reception. Or lining a mantle in your living room just because you felt like a little something pretty. No matter how you do it, you really can’t go wrong with pretty pink flowers.

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{Photos from Dreamy Whites via Sweet Emilia Jane.}

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riesa

Saturday 31st of December 2011

I love this idea. Any tips for finding inexpensive bottles/jars/vases?

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Wednesday 29th of December 2010

[...] I love the pink floral centerpieces featured on The Sweetest Occasion.  They’re beautiful & budget [...]

Truly Smitten

Friday 23rd of April 2010

these blooms are truly romantic and sweet! .-= Truly Smitten's most recent blog post: Truly Smitten just got a facelift! =-.

Annie @ Marry You Me

Thursday 22nd of April 2010

love love love! .-= Annie @ Marry You Me's most recent blog post: Free Download Thursday: Custom Monograms from The Wedding Chicks =-.

Alice G Patterson

Thursday 22nd of April 2010

I love this post... so sweet and beautiful. I'd love to work something like this into one of my engagement portrait sessions! Thanks for sharing.