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Discover the Secret Meanings of Wedding Flowers

No wedding is complete without flowers. Flowers provide color, fragrance, spectacle, beauty and romance like nothing else. They have been a part of weddings since the very earliest ceremonies when wedding bouquets were typically made from select plants which were chosen expressly to keep evil spirits away from the bride...


Childhood Sweethearts Have Their Fairytale Wedding

Steve and Kristi were childhood sweethearts. Their love story began many years ago when they first met at their friend’s older brother’s birthday party. From the moment they met, Steve and Kristi were absolutely smitten with each other and started dating when they were just 15 years old. On Valentine’s...


20 Fresh Floral Arrangements to Inspire Your Wedding

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Wedding Flower Glossary Illustrated

Flowers play an integral role in your wedding’s décor and ambiance. They contribute greatly to the overall beauty of the day both visually and aromatically. The bridal bouquet is just the beginning, consisting of a gorgeous combination of colors and flowers that represent your personality and reflect your wedding’s theme....

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Choosing Our Wedding Flowers by Amber Normand

When I started thinking about which wedding flowers my fiancé and I would have for our wedding, the first flower that popped into my head were hydrangeas. I scanned Pinterest, of course, and came across beautiful hydrangea wedding bouquets that made me drool. Even though we are having a fall...


How to Preserve Your Wedding Bouquet

The bridal bouquet, a beautiful, unique and expensive element of the wedding, is often preserved to create a wedding day keepsake. If you decide to preserve your bouquet, you can choose to do-it-yourself at home or hire a professional. Since the flowers are delicate and start to fade soon after...