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Royal couple plans to share wedding flowers with the public

by webdev

April 01, 2011

With the highly-anticipated wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton less than a month away, more details are emerging about the royal celebration.

US Weekly reports that the couple has decided to give the public an opportunity to view their wedding flowers after the April 29 ceremony.

According to the magazine, floral arrangements will remain at Westminster Abbey for visitors to see and take photos with following the royal nuptials. Tourists with a London Sightseeing Pass will even get the chance to recreate Middleton's historic walk down the aisle.

While most brides work with one wedding florist to choose and design stunning bouquets, arrangements and displays for their big day, it is reported that Middleton is working with three professionals to accommodate the massive celebration.

Gardenias, lilies of the valley, delphinium and roses are expected to be among the spring wedding flowers featured at the royal wedding.

"It will be white and very scented, along the lines of an English garden," a royal courtier told US Weekly.

While white lilies, which are Middleton's favorite bloom, are expected to be featured, royal experts say that her bouquet will also include a sprig of myrtle, which is traditional in royal bouquets.


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