Picking our wedding flowers
French writing exercise

Choisir les fleurs pour notre mariage

Perrine has opted for a country-style wedding, with matching flowers.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"a fiancé", "since (=because)", "both (people)", "country-style (wedding)", "a bouquet", "an assortment of", "wild flowers", "a bridesmaid", "a crown", "to match [something]", "to be of Scottish descent", "on [one's] lapel", "a table centerpiece", "a fairy", "a (small) wooden crate", "filled with", "ears of wheat"

Vocabulary - Flowers

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My fiancé and I have always preferred simplicity and since we both grew up in the countryside, we picked a country-style theme for our wedding. In my bouquet, I will have daisies, carnations and an assortment of wild flowers. My bridesmaids will wear crowns of blue hydrangeas which will match their pale blue dresses, and for my father-in-law, who is of Scottish descent, the men will wear a thistle on their lapels. And for the table centerpieces, our florist, who is a flower fairy, will create these adorable mini wooden crates filled with lavender and ears of wheat.

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