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I am dedicating this to all the men and women out there that are non-conformists, millennials, artists, designers, creative, different and play life by their own rules.
Whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day, getting married, or simply picking out flowers for yourself (as you enjoy being single), it's totally okay to bypass the "pretty" and "popular" flowers such as roses, hydrangeas, peonies, orchids, etc., in favor of more captivating flowers such as the pin cushion variety, shown above.
As someone who loves flowers so much that I get to my LA Flower district on a regular basis, I love it when people choose flowers that speak to them. When a bride says to me, Marshall, I want daisies, I get really happy. It means you know what you like, you go with your gut. You're about YOU and not following the pack. You're your own person--and I love that!
If you want to really go with something exotic, you should look into the king protea flower. It's stunning!
Click here for more great florals--whether it's for a wedding, special occasion, Valentine's day, or just for you!
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My favorite flower is the purple variety of the passion flower. Seriously, look it up. They are gorgeous and very different from the usual "pretty" flower.
I KNOW THAT GORGEOUS FLOWER!!!!!!!!!!!!! YES!!!!!!! @turtleyTurtles They grew large, fast and wild when I lived in Florida. The vines seemed to grow by the foot each day and the blooms are dazzling! Spectacular, really. I will say, however, that they were a magnet for snails!
@marshalledgar I had never seen it until I visited my ex's family in Texas. I didn't find out what it was until years after that. I'm a wedding, I don't think I would want a bouquet of them, but would have them in small vases on the tables at the reception.