The groom is a huge fan of J R R Tolkein, so I included some subtle references in the sugar flowers! The concept I was going for was “flowers from Samwise Gamgee’s garden”. With a bit of artistic license, the flowers and foliage are: rose, lilac, niphredil (which I’ve imagined as slender white bluebell-like flowers), lissuin (a fragrant flower – my interpretation is similar to sweet violet), mallorn leaves (similar to beech) and the “leaves of Lórien” based on the ones in the film version.
Sugar Sugar by SSmiley
Creativity is God's gift to us. Using our creativity is our gift back to God. Clarky's Cakes 😎
Beautiful! And what a wonderful interpretation!
The Garden Baker
Thank you for all the lovely comments! :-)