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stephanotis

any climbing asclepiadaceous shrub of the genus Stephanotis, esp S. floribunda, of Madagascar and Malaya: cultivated for their fragrant white waxy flowers
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She carried a classic nosegay featuring white roses, white hydrangeas, gardenias, and white stephanotises accented with rhinestones with her handkerchief baby bonnet tucked inside.
Jessica carried a Victorian bouquet of white peonies, stephanotises, hydrangeas, and gardenias, interspersed with the palest of pink roses and adorned by her grandmother's antique brooch.
The bride carried a classical hand-tied nosegay featuring ivory, light pink and dark pink roses, green hydrangeas, and white stephanotises with pearls in the centers.