Flowers

Summer Wedding Flowers: Colorful Bouquets & Centerpieces

Blue or Purple Weddings There are some lovely summer flowers in the blue to purple range. If you have chosen a blue palette for your summer wedding, you might choose delphiniums, blue or lavender hydrangeas, asters, English lavender, purple iris, purple scabiosa, or Monte Casino asters. Purple laetris, gladiolas and stalks of English lavender can
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Budget: 10 Areas to Save Money on Your Wedding

Every bride has dreamed of the fairy tale wedding since she was able to walk around in mom’s high heels. Most of us never think about how much that magical day is really going to cost. If the budget is a little tighter than you imagined, there are ways to make it to the ball
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Flowers: Everything You Need to Know About Florists for a Wedding

Choosing wedding vendors can be a dizzying experience.  Often couples choose the first vendor they like without asking all of the right questions and knowing what should be included for what price ranges. Choosing a wedding florist may seem as simple as looking at pictures and price lists but there are some helpful tips that
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Flowers: Fall Wedding Flowers Guide

Over and over brides are simply told to get what is in season to save money on wedding flowers.  This leaves them with no idea of what flowers they will have agreed to use by the end of their first meeting with a florist until that meeting happens. Here is a very simple and basic
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Flowers: Going Green with Wedding Flowers

Wedding flowers are symbolic and a huge part of your wedding ceremony and reception. Chances are they are also taking a nice chunk of your budget. When you think about the environmental impact of a wedding, flowers may not immediately come to mind. You probably think immediately about using paper that has been recycled and keeping
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Flowers: Re-Using Floral Arrangements

When planning your wedding you almost immediately start off with your budget. And from your budget you make smaller individual ones to help you decide just how much money you can spend on what details. One of the most important details to many brides are the flowers. From cascading three foot arrangements to several small
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Flowers: December Wedding – Part 2

The December birth flower is stated as being the narcissus also known as the daffodil. This flower usually appears as a yellow or white bowl shaped flower. They look lovely carried down the aisle in small bunches. Flowers this time of the year are more abundant than you would think. Holly and freesia are both
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Flowers: Wedding Flower Tips

Think about the big picture. When deciding on the color scheme for your flowers think about where your ceremony and reception are to take place. The grand ballroom with the gorgeous eggshell walls and deep chocolate marble flooring is beautiful. Now think about your lime green and fuchsia color palette. Bring photos to your florist
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Flowers: November Weddings – Part 1

November is the eleventh month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. Previously in the Roman calendar this was the ninth month as novem means nine in Latin. No matter where you are here in the states chances are your weather has at least cooled down considerably. This is the month where most of us
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Flowers: September Wedding Ideas

While September used to be the seventh month in the Roman calendar it is now the ninth month of the year. Being the ninth month of the year, for most of us it brings the start of autumn. September means back to the swing of things for a lot of us. While lazy days of
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