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Friday Flowers: Queen Anne’s Lace

Queen Anne’s Lace is the ultimate romantic wildflower. It’s white, lacy, and incredibly dainty. It reminds me of taking long walks and picking wildflowers along the road during the summer and I love how it’s used in all these gorgeous bouquets and centerpieces! To me, Queen Anne’s Lace is the perfect flower for a rustic and romantic wedding.

White Bridal Bouquets

{small queen anne’s lace bouquet photo by Elizabeth Messina* via Inspired by This; white wedding bouquet by Wunderplant, photo by Louisa Bailey via 100 Layer Cake}

White Queen Annes Lace Bouquets

{lace inspired bouquet by Village Flower Basket, photo by Skip Hopkins via Martha Stewart Weddings; white peony and queen anne’s lace bouquet by Rinne Allen, photo by ZoomWorks via Martha Stewart Weddings}

Queen Annes Lace Wedding Bouquet

{all queen anne’s lace bouquet by Janie Medley Flora Design, photos by Amelia Johnson Photography via The Bride’s Cafe}

Pink and Yellow Wedding Flowers

{colorful vintage wedding flowers by Sprigs Floral Designs, photos by Mirelle Carmichael Photography via Style Me Pretty}

Purple and Yellow Bridal Bouquets

{purple and yellow florals by Flora Grubb, photos by Gia Canali Photography via Style Me Pretty}

Queen Annes Lace Bridal Bouquets

{small romantic wedding bouquet by Regal Florist, photo by White Photographie via Style Me Pretty; white queen anne’s lace bouquet by Lillies, photo by Simple-Color via AK Brides

Queen Annes Lace Centerpiece

{wildflower arrangement by Chelsea Fuss for frolic!}

Teal Wedding Bouquets

{watery blue wildflower inspired arrangement by Little Flower School; teal hydrangea bouquets by The Village Gardener, photo by Beaux Arts Photographie via Wedding Chicks}

Dahlia and Queen Annes Lace Bouquet

{dahlia and queen anne’s lace bouquets by Fleur-Di-Re, photos by Wayne Yuan Photography via Style Me Pretty}

Vintage Rustic Wedding Centerpieces

{rustic vintage bud vases by Blossom and Branch for Design*Sponge}

Summer Wildflower Arrangements

{summer wildflower arrangements by Blossom and Branch for Design*Sponge}

Have we inspired you to use Queen Anne’s Lace in your florals?

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9 comments on “Friday Flowers: Queen Anne’s Lace

  1. Queen Anne’s lace grows wild all over the place where I live in Virginia, but I’m always afraid to touch it because of chiggers. I wonder how professional florists avoid those little red mites?

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