Loving..a bunch of flowers

Flowers have always been a huge part of my life. My Mum is an avid gardener and she has always surrounded us with beautiful blooms. They can really just finish off a room, even just to add some colour or brighten your day.
These gorgeous cherry blossom branches may not be a bunch of flowers, but I love branches in vases too. These ones were on my dining room table while I was playing around with settings and flowers types for the Spring wedding I am styling.

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Nothing says happy to me more than a beautiful bunch of Hydrangeas. If you took these pretties from this setting, it really would look life plain. It is wonderful what a full vase, jug, bowl etc of flowers can do to an all white scheme.

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Even outside, a door way looks gorgeous covered with trailing roses.
These pretty Spring flowers were given to me by a dear friend and they are sitting next to my phone, right by the back door. What a lovely sight to come inside to while we are still having quite cold days.

This Tulip bunch, given to me by another dear friend recently sat in my office and brightened the whole space for about a week before gravity started to take hold.
So, you can see why today, and always, I am loving a bunch of flowers.
I hope you all have a bright, happy day.
Ness xx

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  • Me too! My Dad loves flowers but likes his best on the plant. Absolutely murderous walking around his garden and not being able to pick any for indoors. I even take photos of beautiful arrangements when I’m on holidays. The Asian resorts do them best with big bunches of exotics. But anything is fine with me as long as I can pick them for my table.

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  • I totally agree, having fresh flowers in the house is so lovely. They always put a smile on my face as I walk past or sit and admire them.
    xx

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  • Having fresh flowers in your home always cheers you up
    Alison

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  • Ness, I am a great believer in always having fresh flowers in my home – they really brighten things up. I figure that I don’t smoke, don’t drink or gamble (sound like a wowser don’t I!!), so I can indulge in my addiction: flowers! Yours are very beautiful – particularly that bunch of red tulips. Thank you for sharing. Lee 🙂

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  • So agree Ness – flowers really bring happiness into a room! Tracey xx

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  • Good Morning Ness,
    Isn’t it amazing how fresh flowers can instantly brighten a room …and the spirits of those who enter? Lovely post as always!
    Take care, Laura

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  • Beautiful pics Ness! You’re so right about having fresh flowers in a room, especially if they were given to you! I love giving and receiving flowers for any occasion.

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  • a what beautiful flowers i love the blossom its such a diffrent but cool arangement

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  • I adore flowers, Ness. My favorites are hydrangeas and cherry blossoms. It’s amazing how much you can jazz up a room with a little bunch of flowers! xo

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  • oh… that birdcage!

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  • Lovely flowers Ness and I adore your cherry blossoms! I’m with Kristi on that birdcage too.

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  • Your images capture so well just what flowers do to brighten up our surroundings! Gorgeous!
    Blessings…

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  • Oh, I would spend my last pennies on flowers! They are a necessity!!

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  • Yours is my favourite blogsite of the day. I adore flowers, and have been smiling over a gorgeous bunch my husband bought me yesterday, and to see your post on flowers now is just lovely.

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  • Ness! Beautiful blog entry, I love your tastes – truly divine… cherry blossom is my favourite at this time of year, I even named my kitty Blossom after my love of the blooming tree!!! Hope you are well xx

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  • I totally agree. Love fresh flowers in the home.

    xo,
    cristin

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  • Oh man – I want to eat out on that patio at the top and the one overlooking the ocean! Love them!

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  • I do have to get more friends to bring me flowers too! You are absolutely right…..and I am heading outside to cut some Hydrangeas.

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