roses, irises and fern

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I am back tonight with another bouquet from last weekend. I am still using the Pierre de Ronsard roses from my mum’s garden but I decided to mix them with some irises that are growing next to the pond. I usually try to stick to one colour scheme when I make my bouquets and avoid mixing blues and pinks. but I really think it works in this arrangement.
Don’t you think?
I like the contrast between the colours and also between the length of the stems. I also added some blue aquilegia to enhance the irises. 
I hope you like this one as much as I do.
I wish you all a good night!

pink roses and red foliage

Hello everyone,
The trouble when you come back from a lovely weekend with more than 500 flower pic on your memory card is take it takes you ages to view them, select the best ones and edit them to post on the blog when you get back. The good thing is that you have no regret and it feels you with good vibes. I was telling Mr. Love yesterday night that the only thing I can see when I close my eyes is petals and flowers. There are worst things in the world. I hope you enjoy this little bouquet. Have a great week everyone!
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red garden roses

red_garden_roses_3Hello everyone!
The days are getting colder and shorter here. The time of dahlia has come. But today I wanted to show you this beautiful roses, and you can arrange them in small vases and glasses to make a little charming composition. 
I really love making mini bouquets and grouping them at the centre of the kitchen table or on top of cabinet. I also love using mini bouquets to decorate a table for a dinner and putting one bouquet next to each guest’s plate.Read More

Vase Story: My Vietjar from Tine k home


Good Morning everyone!

Today I would like to show you one of my favourite vase: My VIETJAR from the Danish brand Tinekhome. This vase is an old, unique jar from the Vietnamese rivers, made out of clay. Each one is unique and different and you can buy them in three different sizes from XS to XL. They cost between 20 € and 71 €. 
They are very rough and irregular, and that’s what make them so beautiful and special, especially if you want to make a bouquet with a still life touch
As the vases are not enameled on the inside nor on the outside, I advise to put a little glass recipient in the vase before you put some water in the vase, in order to prevent it from licking. 
I use baby jars as they fit perfectly.
Tinekhome is a brand that I really like, and this vase is also on my wish list. I bought this black one, along with my Vietjar in a fabulous interior shop in Hamburg called Eden Living.
I wish you a great day!
Talk to you soon

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Roses and Hellebores from the garden in a blue vase


Hello everyone!
New day means new bouquet for my #onebouquetperday challenge initiated by Juliane from the frokenskicklig. You can see my bouquets so far here, here and there and also on Instagram of course. Today’s bouquet is really my kind of bouquets: simple and a little bit wild, in a very rustic vessel. I love the imperfection of the garden roses and the beautiful shades of the hellebore. See you tomorrow with some more flowers!

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