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Friday flowers....

Another week has rushed past. Just wanted to wish you a very happy weekend, hope that the sun shines where you are.......

Je veux vous souhaiter à tous un week-end très heureux.

L x

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  1. Gorgeous pic!! Happiest of weekends to you too Leeann! ~ Tina x

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  2. did I miss the wedding ...oh a beautiful french wedding...enjoy Cate:)

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  3. The colours of those petals look so intense and gorgeous! Happy weekend Leeann! Amanda xx

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  4. Like the picture of petals all around the tables. It really looks awesome. it was nice going through your blog. Iflorist.co.uk

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  5. Such a pretty photograph and a wonderful weekend to you too..X

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  6. Bonjour LeAnn,
    So pretty, I want to scoop them all up and just breathe!
    Hope you have lot of sunshine this week-end, don't know what will happen here in Paris. Isn't the weather in France so unpredictable?

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  7. Such a cheery Friday Flower image...just perfect for a sunny day. Good weekend to you too Leeann! ~Lili

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  8. Hello
    Thank you for stopping by! The flower picture is wonderful, I especially love the door in the background! I almost went to Paris this year but plans fell through. I love Paris along with the rest of the world!
    Blessings
    Rebecca

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  9. Hi Leeann,

    Love the coloured petals ~ also the cafe table and chair.
    Have a very happy weekend

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  10. That is the most beautiful picture!!! Wishing you a great weekend!

    xoxo, Kristin

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  11. Always a pleasure your Friday flowers! Maryanne:)

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  12. A beautiful picture to start our weekend off, Leeann.
    My husband has been out in the garden all morning, cutting back and shredding !
    Have a lovely weekend. XXXX

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  13. I like it! Great alternative to the regular bouquet!

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  14. hello! how precious!!! i would love to sit here & lunch the day away!! kindest wishes

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