Here's how it all started. Blake proposed to Erin on the square in Decatur by "writing" words on magnolia leaves. I was quite impressed by this gesture and since using magnolia flowers in bridal bouquets doesn't work that well (because they don't hold up), I suggested that instead we write on the leaves included in Erin's bouquet.
Blake then took it one step further. He "wrote a continuous poem with the thought that each line could be a leaf and that it would still convey meaning whatever order you read it in". He provided me the poem and I wrote each line on a leaf.
As much as I want to, I'm not going to show any more of the leaves except this one. I typed up the little poem and tucked it inside a tiny envelope and attached it to Erin's bouquet.
Her bouquet consisted of white peonies, pink calla lilies, green and white hydrangeas, pink ranunculus and gardenia leaves. The stems were wrapped with ti leaves, no ribbon.