Centuries ago, brides carried open wreaths made of herbs (even garlic!) to ward off evil spirits. Our floral version enlists white lisianthus, purple clematis, and pink nigella flowers woven with pokeweed and exploding grass—and pulls good spirits in.
HYDRANGEA GROOMSMEN BOUTONNIERES Scott wore a white calla lily flanked by green orchids and eucalyptus seeds. It was pinned to his classic bow-tie tuxedo. Each groomsmen’s boutonniere was made from a single purple hydrangea.