A simply gorgeous flower, sweet peas are native to the shores of Sicily, Italy. Bringing out their natural beauty isn’t too complicated when they are placed in full sunlight. Sweet peas love to strap on their hiking boots and climb! They can grow up to almost seven feet tall and reseed for the rest of the season. Sweet Peas were an essential member of the Late-Victorian era garden. Not only do they look stunning but their fragrance radiates a sweet-seductive smell that has you pining over them. Imagine the sweet smells flowing throughout your big day!
Adding layers of peach and pink create a bright and vibrant look for a bridal bouquet!
Using everyday house-hold items develop a unique ambiance for a center piece or a decor table!
I absolutely adore this antique tea pot with darker colored sweet peas! It makes for a bold center piece!
This is a perfect example of how to use sweet peas in a bouquet. Adding a couple of deep purple sweet peas to white peonies are simply elegant!
These boutonnieres bring natural earth tones to the table, so that every groom can still be masculine while sporting flowers!
Go green! Use a burned out light bulb as a vase!
Sweet Peas are perfect for Spring, Summer, or even a fall wedding when they are in bloom. Make sure your florist is picking them up first thing in the morning, when the dew is still resting on the petals for maximum fragrance. It’s always a delight to see these dainty flowers displayed on a trellis or arch of an alter. I hope these true queens can help add elegance to your big day!
Love & Smiles,