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Harry and Meghan's Wedding Flowers are Shared with a Hospice

The flowers that framed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they emerged from St. George’s Chapel, Windsor on Saturday as husband and wife have become part of another very special moment. For some of those blooms have been turned into posies which have been sent to hospices and women’s refuges across London. The gifts from Harry and Meghan came to light on Sunday evening when a series of tweets…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: the Princess Royal

The only daughter of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh is known for her down to earth, no-nonsense approach to life and in many ways, the flowers chosen by Princess Anne for her wedding in 1973 to Captain Mark Phillips were that attitude in petal form. As she became the first royal bride of her generation, the Princess chose a simple selection of flowers that fit perfectly with her classic…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Diana, Princess of Wales

The flowers chosen by Diana, Princess of Wales for her wedding day are among the most memorable of royal bouquets. The tumbling, trailing mix of cream, green and yellow blooms that the bride carried into St. Paul’s Cathedral on July 29th 1981 for her marriage to the Prince of Wales remain among the most recognizable of royal flowers almost four decades after they were first seen. For a start…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Autumn Phillips

It was a royal wedding that mixed traditional and modern and the bride’s bouquet fitted right in. Autumn Patricia Kelly was the debut bride of a new generation when she married the Queen’s eldest grandson, Peter Phillips, at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor on May 17th 2008. The bride chose flowers that featured many elements seen through the years at royal marriages and added her own twist to…
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