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Royal Wedding Bouquet Contest: Who Will Be the Winner?
About a month ago, we asked our florist friends to submit their predictions for the Royal Wedding bouquet! We were blown away by the incredible submissions! After finally getting a peak at Kate's bouquet, we've narrowed down the submissions to the 3 closest choices. Florist Shane Connolly went with something a little different than I think most florists were thinking. The bouquet was actually small, and predominately featured Lily of the Valley and myrtle.Â As tradition dictates for royal weddings, the bride's bouquet contains a sprig of myrtle from the original myrtle bush planted by Queen Victoria at Osborne House, Isle of Wight in 1845. It also contains a sprig from a plant grown from the myrtle used in The Queen's wedding bouquet of 1947.
None of our submissions were spot on, so it's going to be a tough choice for the winner.
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Scroll to the bottom and select which florist you think should win!