Kate Moss’s Gorgeous Garden Aisle

kate moss wedding garden delphinium, scabiosa, daisy.

Oh Gasp,  another Brit named Kate has taken my breath away on her wedding day.  Yes, the bride is beautiful but once again (for the second time this year) I am completely in awe of the garden-y bridal aisle.   This time Kate Moss choose white delphinium, scabiosa, daisies and ferns to create a simple but breath taking planted path to the alter.   Surely, with these two style icons (Kate Middleton and Kate Moss) both making choices to go green and garden-like  for their wedding decor we will start to see a lot more of this!
kate moss wedding garden aisle

images from vogue.

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