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Color: Moss

Vibrant mossy greens are lovely wedding day colors for any season; however, with the weather warming up and the flora coming back to life, these natural hues are especially fresh for spring. Color Tip: This month “going green” will get you more than a crisp color scheme on your wedding day — throughout March we
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Travels: Switzerland

For those of you that follow The Bachelor, you are probably pretty excited to see Ben and the remaining ladies head to Switzerland tonight.  (Yeh, I’m pretty pumped about it, but shhhhh!)  In honor of the season finale where Ben will pop the question on a Swiss mountaintop, we’ve put together a wedding day look
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Moluccella

Nice to meet you.  They call me Moluccella laevis.  I know, my name doesn’t exactly roll off your tongue.  It’s pronounced ‘mol-yoo-SELL-uh LAY-viss’.  Most people call me Bells of Ireland, although strangely enough, I’m not from Ireland.  Must be my green color.  And my bells, you ask?  Well, those are actually my green calyces along
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Wedding Flowers: Forever Bouquets

Have you ever thought of carrying a brooch bouquet down the aisle?  What about toting around a button bouquet?  Ribbons, brooches, buttons, papers, and beads are just a few of the things making up today’s unique bridal bouquets. Just think how awesome it would be to be able to incorporate your grandmother’s favorite brooch and
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Xerophyllum

This month, I would like to introduce you to a plant that is deceiving.  Well, at least its common name is.  Xerophyllum tenax, commonly called bear grass, is actually not a grass at all; in fact, it’s part of the lily family.  This is a really neat plant whose leaves are traditionally used by Native
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Color Theory: Sapphires + Apples

I cannot believe it is already September; it seems only yesterday I was wishing for the snow to melt and the sun to shine.  Now summer has nearly passed and fall is beginning to tempt us. Being a September baby myself, I just had to include sapphires in this month’s (and our first!) Color Theory
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