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I just bought Ariella Chezar’s out of print book Flowers for the Table. I love her work, and am especially enamored with putting interesting fruits, berries, or vegetables in flower arrangements.
Floral Arrangements by Ariella Chezar
April 19, 201012:29 pm
really gorgeous… I might grow some cherry tomato plants for that purpose only!!
April 19, 20101:10 pm
Wow, those are stunning! I have no talent for floral arranging, but maybe with a reference like that I could pull off something decent.
April 19, 20103:35 pm
OMG…..I love her. I fell in love with her arrangements over a year ago while searching for floral inspiration for my wedding. I also bought the book shortly after and my wedding arrangements were inspired off of one in her book. The book is fantastic and her website is eye candy for floral lovers.
April 21, 201012:36 pm
I was given her book years ago, and its always been one of my faves. Her work is amazing! I dont' think there is anyone better with color and texture.
April 22, 20108:05 am
Her look is so fresh and romantic…really inspiring!
April 23, 20109:53 am
Those are absolutely the most gorgeous arrangements ever! WOW.
May 5, 20106:38 pm
I just found this blog and you – where have I been?
I'm a huge fan of fruit/veg with flowers – I used them in the flowers I did for my wedding in '07 and the photos still look great to me.
Beautiful flowers, beautiful blog!ABC Dragoo
May 12, 20108:27 am
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