No, this is not about your marriage. This is about your beautiful flowers!
If you want to preserve your bouquet or any other flowers, the best thing to do is have a plan. If the flowers are received just after the wedding they will be fresher. Make your appointment before the wedding! Some companies will do it if you contact them after the wedding, but just to avoid the headache or any possible problems, I highly recommend having it all set up in advance.
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If the answer to this question is yes… then the English Garden Wedding may be just for you. Mixing textures in a monochromatic color pallet can create a gorgeous garden look! Although, adding a POP of color is always fun! The use of berries, moss or herbs brings a very natural element to this look, as does using multiple types of foliage. This theme is timeless and always beautiful. So, go WILD!
I'm a big fan of Vintage - Glam. I love sparkles and all things old. So, break out the brooches, pearls, crystals and rhinestones! Add in some lace or feathers backed up by colors such as soft pinks, black and white, red, silver or gold. Moviestar!
Bouquets can be all brooches or incorporate a few of your favorites in with fresh flowers
It’s all the rage right now. Though there are multiple variations of vintage, for now we’ll start with “Country Vintage”.
This theme is fantastic for just about any budget! Yea! Large or small, it’s always adorable. (Well, I mean it always is when we do the flowers;)) You can find so much from local thrift stores! Vintage plates and silverware are an amazing touch. Old bottles, mason jars or wooden boxes for your floral containers