Queen Anne's Lace for Wedding Flowers

We married in the backyard of my parents' house in the summer in NJ. There was a lot of Queen Anne's Lace growing wild in the neighborhood. I love it and had a party sent out to collect it to supplement the wedding flowers which we bought and arranged ourselves. It's a beautiful white, lacy flower, just as nice as baby's breath and there for the taking!

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March 10, 20060 found this helpful

If you put queen anne's lace in vases filled with colored water (use food coloring), the lacy blossom will take on the color of the water. Makes pretty red, green, yellow, etc. bouquets.

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