Peacock Arrangement

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Did you know the male is a peacock, and the female is called a peahen?  In fact, the rich blues and greens in that extravagant tail is only seen in the male.  He displays his fan formation of feathers with his sole purpose to attract a mate.

We love the idea of a colorful courtship dance and wanted to recreate the shape of a peacock for this autumn wedding arrangement.  We infused deeper earth tones and were able to capture the powerful fanned feather effect with delphinium and pincushion flowers.

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How do you feel about incorporating feathers into your arrangements?

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  • http://YOURWEBSITE Stacy Fegard-Farrish

    Im not really a fan of feathers, but if they work in to the your design concept, why not?

  • Marci Bridgeford

    Buffet tables can lean towards the boring and ho-hum due to all of the serving dishes that need housed on it. Creating a beautiful and dramatic centerpiece creates a focal point and keeps the guests attention while acting as a great conversation starter while they are waiting their turn. Beautiful Preston!