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Thursday, March 31, 2011

First Comes Love, Then Comes Links: 3/31/11

Princess Cake from Martha Stewart Weddings

Welcome, spring! The first blossoms are dotting the fruit trees in my neighborhood, so I’m turning to all things flowering for this week's links:

Plantable Seed Wedding Favors

For a favor with minimal detriment to the environment, these are a great option. Friends and family will think of your wedding when the first wildflowers appear.

Cherry-Blossom Princess Cake

If you’re unfamiliar with a dessert called the princess cake, here’s a brief introduction, and a recipe as beautiful as it is sweet. A friend in D.C. tell me the cherry trees are starting to bloom...

How to Choose Edible Flowers

From the more traditional (roses, squash blossoms) to the more exotic (fuchsia berries, yucca petals), here’s an extensive guide to incorporating blooms as recipe ingredients and garnishes. Lavender crème brulee, anyone?

Flower-Pressing Basics

Whether to adorn invitations or for favor bookmarks, pressed flowers add romantic charm to all things paper. And if you have a few smaller blossoms from your day, preserve them to include in the wedding album.

Have a beautiful weekend!


When Anna-Marie isn’t searching the blogs, she’s writing romance stories, cooking for her wife, or freelancing as a cake decorator and floral designer.

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