The flower arrangements of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at their upcoming wedding will be full of flowers and plants from the region!
The royal couple has selected floral designer Philippa Craddock to design and decorate the church flowers for their May 19
Craddock – whose client list includes Kensington Palace, British Vogue and the fashion houses Alexander McQueen and Christian Dior, will be responsible for designing the exhibit at St. George's Chapel, where the actual ceremony will be held, and at St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle, where the Queen will have lunch for the newly married couple.
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The flower designer, who specializes in the use of seasonal flowers, will create the floral decorations primarily with leaves from the gardens and parklands of The Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park, after the palace
And if possible, Craddock will also use flowers and plants that are English: www In May, the branches bloom and bloom in a natural way, including beech, birch and hornbeam branches, white garden roses, peonies and thimbles. English: www.goredsea.com/en_magazine-archiv…december2005.
The exact designs are not yet known, the press release says The arrangements will reflect the natural landscapes from which the flowers, plants and branches originate.
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"I am thrilled and honored to have been selected by Prince Harry and Mrs. Meghan Markle to design and create their wedding flowers," Craddock said in a press release. Philippa Craddock “/>
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