STYLING: Recycled Vessels ft. Bundaberg

Styling: Recycled Vessels ft Bundaberg Glass Bottles

While taking a nice one-hour long stroll along the River Thames on Valentine’s Day, we chanced upon some heavily discounted Daffodils buds going at a really low price just because they weren’t opened in time for the annual celebration of love. We decided that we had to bring it home because they were just going to chuck it away and not receive any love at all. 

So of course, we bought it home and I’ve been obsessed with it since! Today is the fourth day since we’ve brought them home and more than half of them have bloomed into this gorgeous vibrant yellow gift. 

Daffodil Unopened Buds

 

Brilliant Yellow Gift of Life

These were how the Daffodil buds looked when we first bought them. The heads of the flowers were completely closed and we didn’t even have a hint of the colour the flower would be. 

Vibrant Bright Yellow Daffodils
Vibrant Bright Yellow Daffodils
Vibrant Bright Yellow Daffodils

 

BUNDABERG BUNDABERG BUNDABERG 

Can you tell that I have a slight obsession with Bundaberg too hehe

As a traveller, I often have no access to beautiful vases, and hence always have to improvise with the recycled glass bottles from the various drinks that we have. Fortunately, we had some bottles of Bundaberg which were short enough for the Daffodil stems. 

Vibrant Bright Yellow Daffodils In Bundaberg Bottles
Vibrant Bright Yellow Daffodils In Bundaberg Bottles
Vibrant Bright Yellow Daffodils In Bundaberg Bottles

 

This concludes my little spontaneous photoshoot with my Daffodil obsession and recycled Bundaberg bottles. Hope you’ve enjoyed this. 

Feel free to read my other Floral Styling Adventures on Echevaria’s Journal.

Please note that this post was not sponsored by Bundaberg. 

 

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