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wax flower

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Geraldton Wax flower, Chamelaucium, is an Australian shrub that produces many small, white-to-pink flowers with excellent keeping quality.
They carried bouquets of antique hydrangeas, purple and lavender stock, lavender and vogue roses, pink wax flower, agapanthus, and purple lisianthus, hand-tied with satin ribbon.
The bride's bouquet was a bed of snow-white hydrangeas with cream-colored Tundra roses, white Eskimo roses, Freesias, and peonies, with accents of wax flower and green hypericum berries.
They carried bouquets that were a subtle combination of creamy blush Quick Sand roses, white Wax Flower and Wonzen Kiwi Green Cymbidium orchid blossoms, all accented by brown hypericum berries and a mixture of gravellia and variegated pittosporum foliages.
The bride carried a bouquet of Cymbidium orchids, calla lilies, baby green hydrangea, roses, hypericum berries, all accented with white wax flower, blue Freesias, blue Delphinium and small branches of curly willow.
Soloist Tennie Lester and violinist Mickey Davis provided nuptial music Steven Sellers read the Scripture The bride wore a strapless lace dress by Casablanca and carried a bouquet of Casablanca roses, white hydrangeas, eucalyptus, wax flower, and galax leaves.
They wore floor-length dresses of dandelion chiffon with ivory charmeuse straps and sashes and carried small nosegays of Titanic and Finesse roses accented with alstroemeria and wax flower.
The wax flowers remained and biblical scenes in sombre oils.
I will be making paper and wax flowers in Eugene," Castellanoz said by phone from her home in Nyssa last week.
During this period he also learned the art of making wax flowers for table decorations, a subject on which he later wrote a bestselling book.
Only after reading Logan's pages on this craft do I know what wax flowers actually were and how they were made.
99) or Between the Sheets Wrap a large display of carnations with a rose, wax flowers and lush foliage (pounds 34.