FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS IN OCTOBER. LILY AND ORCHID WEDDING BOUQUETS. CHICAGO FLOWER DELIVERY
Flowers For Weddings In October
- A marriage ceremony, esp. considered as including the associated celebrations
- (wedding) a party of people at a wedding
- A wedding is the ceremony in which two people are united in marriage or a similar institution. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes.
- (wedding) the social event at which the ceremony of marriage is performed
- (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
- Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
- (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
- (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
- (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
- Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
- The tenth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the second month of autumn
- the month following September and preceding November
- October is the tenth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with a length of 31 days.
- October is the second album by Irish rock band U2, released in 1981. The album featured spiritual themes, inspired by Bono, The Edge, and Larry Mullen, Jr.
flowers for weddings in october - October (Purple)
October (Purple) This 12" Birth Color Rose is preserved in lacquer and trimmed in 24K gold. It comes in a beautiful red box and is the perfect way to show your everlasting love.
October (Purple) This 12" Birth Color Rose is preserved in lacquer and trimmed in 24K gold. It comes in a beautiful red box and is the perfect way to show your everlasting love. Gold Roses are made of real roses that were hand picked from California nursery. It is carefully selected for quality and shape, sized in 9", 12"and 17", formed in full bloom, semi-open and closed shape, and electro-plated in 24K gold. It takes over 40 steps and minimum three months for the whole processing. They are naturally romantic and lasting forever. Give a flower that lasts forever
365/365 /// The end of 2010
"It's the end of the year I have just settled here It may not be much, but it's enough Yet trouble has sprung from the pubs and the clubs We'll see blood soon, when the night's through" - gene, sleep well tonight - Now for a brief 2010 recap: January 2010 started off with a lot of frustration with a friend of mine, and ultimately resulted in a loss of our friendship by the start of February. I did an alphabet photo series in February, and put a book together of all the photos. I intended to list it on blurb, but never really got around to it. I do have a copy though, and Kenzie loves to look at it. By mid-February I found out I was pregnant, but we didn't reveal it to anyone but our family until the end of March. We found out in June that baby was going to be a girl. Kenzie turned 2 in July. We had an Elmo themed party and I baked Elmo cupcakes. We bought her a daybed from West Elm as part of her birthday gift. We also moved the crib into the nursery in preparation of the arrival of Aubrey. In August, we participated in the WTTW Fun & Run. Kenzie got to meet Elmo and despite the extremely hot weather and being 8 months pregnant, seeing how happy she was to meet Elmo made it all worthwhile. In September, John and I celebrated our 6th Anniversary. We went to see Pavement at Pritzker Pavillion in Millennium Park to celebrate, and it was the last concert we went to before Aubrey was born. Aubrey Elise was born October 5th, and it’s hard to believe she is already almost 3 months old. Kenzie was a flower girl in two weddings this fall. Once for our friends’ wedding in October, and also for my youngest brother’s wedding in November. About 4-6 weeks after Aubrey was born, I started running and doing resistance training again. In December, I signed up for Derby Lite, which starts in a couple of days. 2011 will be the year I get things back on track with my life. I have lots of goals, but I’ll write about those another time. We also did some work around the house most of it in preparation for the new arrival. We had a new pation installed, had the big tree in our yard trimmed, repainted our office, and got the nursery in order. This is not everything that happened in 2010, just the highlights...and mostly what I can remember as I put this together. Happy New Year everyone! Hoping everyone has a safe and fun night! Week 52 of 52 Aubrey's 365: Day 88
Flower Market in Coimbatore, India
Paneerselvam Market Coimbatore, India October, 2009 I had heard that tuberoses and fragrant flowers were abundant in India, but didn't really believe it until I visited the first large flower market of my travels through Southern India. Inticately crafted strings of flowers and garlands are hand sewn together by teams of workers and then sold to wholesalers and local residents for wearing in hair, offering to gods at the temples, or special ceremonies like weddings. Not only are these beautiful flowers (fresia, tuber roses, marigolds, celosia, etc.) colorful and fragrant, but also quite long lasting....as a strand I purchased barely looked wilted after wearing it in my hair all afternoon. You may see quite a few photos of flowers in my photostream during this trip, as it coincided with Diwali Festival, a national holiday that was celebrated in Hinduism as well as many other religions with the lighting of candles at homes and businessess, fireworks, and the exchange of gifts within families.