Sunday Flowers | April 29, 2013

Mark and I decided to take a trip to the People's Market on Sunday. We filled up on gumbo soup, shrimp po'boy and some 'Wonderbaos'.

We also dropped by to visit Mel (the artist responsible for the stunning floral arrangements at our wedding) in her beautiful flower shop in East Brunswick. I am completely in love with her style. She has a wonderful design eye and is just so inventive... you can see more of her work on her blog. Picked up one of her poseys to brighten up our home!

In other news, I think I've finally caught the cold that's been going around. I've got 'fuzzyhead' and I'm moving very slowly this week... blegh.

XO
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posted under: Home Décor, Melbourne Chic, Our Home, storytelling, Weddings

Comments

  1. what gorgeous colours!

    and I hope you feel better soon, the change of weather always brings about confusion, making it easy to fall sick.
  2. qué lindura. Soy una enamorada de las flores. No puedo estar sin ellas.
  3. These are stunning photos, and what a bouquet! Hope your weekend was marvelous.
  4. Beautiful flowers Amy! And lovely pictures... I hope you feel better real soon!

    Natalie
  5. Beautiful colours ! (now in the mood for painting !)
  6. Gorgeous arrangements! And I LOVE those colors. Very pretty
  7. These flowers are so beautiful and you have caught them so beautifully in the photographs!
  8. C'est magnifique! Les couleurs sont vraiment très agréables!
    Merci pour ces jolies photos :-)

    Bises,
    Stephy
  9. Oh, flowers. They are so pretty how you captured them.
  10. wow, the flowers and the pictures are so wonderful!
    i wish i had this on my desk at work AND at home ;o)
  11. Those are pretty arrangements! And pretty colors! Flowers even on a gloomy day can brighten someone up.
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