fruit and floral anniversary ideas

i’ve got three and a half years until i hit our fourth wedding anniversary, but erin and nicole’s fruit/floral anniversary ideas over at the d*s guest blog are making me wish it was 2013 already. they have come up with some beautiful, and creative, ways to celebrate the 4th anniversary, but their ideas also work for hostess gifts, birthdays and just-because presents (i love the custom wine label idea). click here to check out the full selection at the d*s guest blog….


  1. N.M. says:

    Any idea where that white dress is from?

  2. anne marie says:

    the bouquet is lovely – such a wonderful balance of color, shape and texture! BUT i’m really smitten with the white dress in the photo! wherever did you find such a gorgeous piece?!

  3. jenny says:

    i too am in love with that dress!! where is it from??? the flowers are quite lovely too ;)

  4. Stacey says:

    Clever idea with the pie…going to do that in the future.

  5. How wonderfully appropriate… today is my fourth anniversary. Lovely.

  6. cos says:

    love the dress!

  7. Joyce says:

    Those flowers are gorgeous!! Very just thrown together. Love it!

  8. Mel says:

    Stunning dress! Would love the details, please :)


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