Thursday, May 21, 2009

Inspiration #12: The Wish Tree

The first time I saw a wish tree was actually at the SF MOMA during Yoko Ono's exhibition. Towards the end of the exhibit was her wish tree, where patrons could fill out their wish for the world and attach it to the tree. This practice has become very popular in weddings, symbolizing a collective wish for the couple from their closest friends and families. The most common tree branch I've seen used is the manzanita, with its rich and smooth mahogany finish. You can adorn the branch with baubles, hanging lanterns, floral pomanders, paper birds, you name it! The Wedding Chicks show how to do it here with supplies from Blooms and Branches.

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