The Spirea is beautiful! Is it also called bridal wreath? It looks lovely amongst all your pretty treasures. Beautiful pictures, Carolyn!xoxoJanie
How totally lovely!
Hi Carolyn, your pictures are truly lovely. Your plate reminds me so much of the ones my mother in law left to me.Lovely to meet you.Barb ♥
So lovely! I had forgotten the common name was bridal veil!
Hi Carolyn,Love this post. As a child in south Mississippi, my mother grew spirea...but we called in Bridal Wreath. Why...I don't know why but it's interesting the "Bridal" part seems to be universal. We also used to dye the flowers after we finished coloring Easter eggs...funny how you remember things.Is your "midwest" close to Oklahoma? We spent two assignements there in the Air Force and really enjoyed it.Regard,Gwen
That is a beautiful flower and I love the name...bridal veil. It conjures up such sweetness.
Spirea looks perfect with that beautiful plate. You have a knack for creating beautiful vingnettes.
Oh hello spring! Such delicate loveliness.
so lovely!new follower! glad to meet you~
Thank you for all the sweet comments! Actually, my daugthers and I made up the name "bridal veil" ...I didn't know until many years later that the common name was actually "bridal wreath"! Isn't it funny how we came up with the "bridal" on our own? :) It makes me think of baby's breath in a way.Gwen, what a beautiful idea to dye the flowers! That sounds like something fun to do with my girls! I am from Indiana! ...all my life I have lived here...home sweet home! :)Hugs, Carolyn ~ Cottage Sunshine
What a pretty vignette!Debbie
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