Add texture to your buttonholes with peppercorns and herbs.
1. Select one stem each of pepercorn, nyacinth and brassica
leaves, and a sprig of rosemary
2. To create sturdy stems, wire each one.
3. Combine in a cluster on top of the leaf. Bend the stems
together. Wrap floristry tape around the stems. Cover the stems
with a length of ribbon secured with pins.
As seen in May/June 2012 issue of Brides
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