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Friday Flowers: Clematis

Clematis is a flowering vine that you might see during the summer climbing the gate of your neighbor’s fence, someone’s light post, or even a mailbox or two! From it’s sweet white and pale pink shades which can give a soft garden feel to an arrangement, to the deep wine and burgundy shades that can be so dramatic that it looks like it could contain some deadly poison, there are many varieties. Even the vine itself is full of texture and looks great when used as greenery in arrangements! No matter which color or variety we see though, we’re absolutely in love with clematis today!

Berry Colored Wedding Bouquet

{berry hued bouquet by Honey of a Thousand Flowers, photos by Kate Osborne via Ruffled}

burgundy wedding bouquets

{burgundy clematis and hellebore bouquet photo by Beaux Arts Photographie via Santa Barbara Chic}

Clematis Bouquet

Clematis and Mint

{clematis and mint photos by Nancy Neil via Santa Barbara Chic}

White Clematis Bouquet by Jose Villa

{blush and white clematis and astilbe bouquet by Chestnut & Vine, photos by Jose Villa from this Elegant + Colorful California Wedding}

Clematis Accented Wedding Bouquet

{sunny yellow and grapefruit bouquet byJanie Medley, photo by Anne Robert Photography via Bride’s Cafe; blush and coral bouquet by Hey, Gorgeous, photo by Kelly Sweet Photography* via Wedding Chicks}

white clematis bouquet

{woodsy white clematis and hydrangea bouquet and photo by Honey of a Thousand Flowers via Ruffled}

White Clematis Bouquets

{white clematis and scabiosa bouquet photo by Yvette Roman via Martha Stewart Weddings; white clematis bouquet by Michael George Hybrid, photo by Yunhee Kim via Martha Stewart Weddings}

What do you think of clematis vine? Are you as in love with it as we are?

*Kelly Sweet is a member of the EAD Vendor Guide. To find vendors in your area, click here, or if you are a vendor interested in applying, click here.

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