Not only is this bloom gorgeous, but she’s a multifaceted queen with many other benefits and symbolism
—the seeds and roots are nitrogen rich and add much needed vitamins to the soil
—as has been done in the Mediterranean region, Egypt, and and South America for centuries, you can consume the seeds as a savory snack or to add a crunch to a dish (NOTE: the seeds must be boiled to remove the bitter outer coating AND it contains the same components as peanuts, so ppl with peanut allergies must take caution!)
—the seeds are high in fiber, amino acids, antioxidants and are prebiotic
—the seeds can be processed into oils to apply to skin to promote cellular repair, growth and they soften skin
—the lupin flower stands for admiration, imagination, happiness, and an overall voraciousness for life...
Our view while making the final touches on the centerpieces. It’s the little moments like these that make our jobs worth it. Seeing the smile on the brides face when we give her her bouquet. Seeing the groom see his lady for the first time in her dress. Seeing the whole event come together with the tables all set and being able to have a moment to soak it all in, knowing all the other kickass vendors who worked together to make it all happen 👏🏼 We’re back, baby! After a long year of waiting, we’re so grateful to be able to get back to get back to making wedding magic happen ✨...
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