Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Flowers Are Revealed - It Will Be Something We've Never Seen Before (Yes, With Bees)
As hectic as the preparations are, a wedding day must be perfect for a couple in love!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to become a husband and wife, so they want to make sure every detail will be special at the celebration of their nuptials.
One of the most significant parts is the floral decoration. It has been revealed that the royal couple have chosen Philippa Craddock, a floral designer who is known for her exclusive elegance and style.
She has worked with Kensington Palace, British Vogue and fashion houses Alexander McQueen and Christian Dior, and now she will be responsible for arranging the floral decoration for the most adored couple in the UK!
Craddock has shared her feelings in a press release and opened up that she was absolutely “excited and honored” to be in charge of floral design at the royal wedding.
It is expected that the designer will create the floral decorations at St. George’s Chapel, the location of the ceremony, and St. George’s Hall at Windsor Castle, where guests will be hosted for a luncheon.
No matter how intrigued fans of the royal family are about the actual floral design, we are going to have to wait for the wedding ceremony to see it!
Craddock always tries to use local plants or seasonal flowers, so she will definitely choose those blooming in May.
This includes beech, birch, and hornbeam, as well as white garden roses, peonies, and foxgloves. The designer is going to incorporate foliage from the parks and gardens of The Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park.
In addition, the royal couple wants to pick flowers that are insect pollinators!
Amid the frenzy of wedding arrangements, they haven't forgotten about the environment and the bees can continue to collect pollen and help plants to reproduce!
Looking at the pictures on the designer’s Instagram where she shares her work, it seems obvious that she is going to display something extraordinary. She has the skill to turn plain flowers and foliage into chic bouquets.
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