Blossoms in bondage… beautiful or for the birds?
Photos via William Waldron, Emma Lee for Homes & Gardens and The Knot
Tags: bouquets and birdcages, Carlos Mota, Emma Lee, William Waldron
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Beautiful. In France there were so many incredibly artful arrangements – all I could do is think of you ladies. My Mother-in-law loves the Diane James Candle.
Beautiful! I especially love the first one!
Beautiful, and sometimes you just have to lock up those blooms to keep them in line!
Gorgeous and whimsical!
Definitely beautiful. Not sure I can keep up with all the clever verbiage this morning!!
So beautiful!! Love them and would love to have one!
I love rustic simplicity. What a great way to display flowers-never woulda thought of it!
This is my kind of bondage – the floral kind!! Gorgeous and inspiring!!
It’s artful and eye catching. That first image is especially stunning…maybe the vibrant color against the bird cage?
How lovely and what a great idea for using birdcages inside. Saw a fabulous antique birdcage yesterday at a French antique shop and wondered what I could do with it. You’ve given me inspiration.
These are beautiful! I have been on the hunt for just the right antique bird cage for my sun room.
Ooo la la. This arrangement (especially the top one) is unique, long lasting (which I love) and totally stunning. Now I think I must have a bird cage. A black one, to be more specific about it!
I’m having fun perusing your blog and getting to know you both!
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