Remove the labels from tin cans of different sizes and fill with
a mix of vibrant flowers and water. Write a table number on a plant
label with white chalk. Place a brick of Oasis inside the tallest
tin to support the label.
Photograph by Nato Welton, styling by Polly Atkinson
Flowers, from left to right, cerise anemones, £1 per stem;
ranunculus, £1 per stem; blush anemones, £1 per stem; Guelder rose,
£5 per stem; yellow ranunculus, £1 per stem; red anemones, £1 per
stem; Camille daisies, £1.50 per stem; all Rebel Rebel. Plant
label, £9 for three, The Orchard.
As seen in the July/August 2009 issue of Brides.
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