See my wedding bouquet below?
florist. To this day, I recommend her to anyone who will listen. She has such a distinct style, modern, yet soft, unique and always beautiful.
I loved my flowers to much that once our amazing day was over and done, I couldn't bear to get rid of them - I am not a hoarder, honest!
I dried them and then decided to make a swag out of them. This was big challenge for me, who stores all of my creativity in my left baby toenail.
But alas, after eleven years, it had become a health hazard. It was hanging over our kitchen table, dust ridden and falling apart. It was time.
I took photos and shed no tears. I am too practical to be that sentimental. Jay opened a garbage bag and we carefully shoved it in while holding our breath.
We were worried about asphyxiating on the dust that billowed out as I squished it into the bag.
I am kidding. Ish.
In its place, I printed and framed a few of our Grand Canyon photos.
It's a nice change though our food may taste a bit bland for a bit while we get used to the lack of dust seasoning.