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Posted By: BcVogue Support - Posted On: Friday, April 11, 2014  Comments: (0)


So far, photographs of the reception's floral design have been far and few to find! However, Westminster Abbey was transformed into an enchanted English garden with lush green trees and all-white flowers. Kate's bouquet looked the part too -- all-white flowers (appropriately named sweet Williams!) with sprigs of myrtle (Queen Victoria started the royal tradition of carrying myrtle at her wedding in 1840). While we don't expect most brides to request myrtle in their bouquets, we love the idea of bouquets and wedding flower arrangements that tie in meaningful blooms (like a stem that your mother or grandmother carried).