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This Floral Centerpiece is Good Enough to Eat

Just skip the flowers.

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Photography: Courtesy of LANAI Manila

We’re in love with this Mother’s Day collaboration between LANAI Manila and Mesa ni Misis.

Inspired by the Filipino classic folksong Bahay Kubo, these gorgeous centerpieces are made with fresh vegetables and other colorful produce.


Singkamas at talong, sigirilyas, at mani. We caught ourselves singing out loud as we admired the beautiful palette of nature’s colors.

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Mesa ni Misis, founded by Juana Manahan Yupangco, promotes plant-based eating as a healthy, affordable, and sustainable food source.

LANAI Manila, run by Maria Parsons, Bianca Zobel, and Natalia Zobel,  is a luxury lifestyle concept store known for its elegant home accessories, gifts, and chic floral arrangements. lanai-manila.com

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