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The perfect flowers for your wedding: Pretty Peonies

Lush, extravagant Peonies are a beloved vintage garden classic, adored throughout the world for their beautiful early summer blossoms. They are the perfect choice for your wedding florals if you are looking for something romantic, gorgeous and unforgettable. Not only are they super lush and pretty but they also have a delicate sweet scent. Peonies add
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Single Bloom Bouquets >> Minimal, Modern And Money-Saving!

We simply adore one bloom bouquets for wedding, whereby a bride (and her bridesmaids) carry a single stem down the aisle. This idea is trending for 2019 as many brides yearn for something unique, beautiful and affordable for their weddings. Not only is this concept mind-blowingly simple, but it also saves a huge amount of money! And, this
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Top Ten Spring Wedding Flowers #SpringBridalBouquetInspo #PickYourWeddingFlowers

Springtime is so close! (We’ve all been experiencing a long, wet and cold winter this year, but spring is just around the corner.) In honor of the freshest season’s approaching beauty, we’ve compiled a list of our top ten picks for our very favorite wedding flowers for Spring 2018. Those little flowers are just waiting
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TREND ALERT: Greenery for your Wedding #GiantWreaths #GreeneryBouquets #GreeneryBackdrop

We love the tend towards a greenery-heavy wedding look. From verdant swags, to all-green bouquets and mossy table runners, greenery is making major decor moments at weddings these days. The perfect way to add nature and style to your event, greenery is a fresh alternative to the more traditional floral look. This trend is not only naturally beautiful, but
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Unusual and Unique Bridal Bouquets #Nontraditionalbouquets

Selecting a bridal bouquet is one of the best opportunities for brides to express themselves on their wedding day! The tradition of carrying bouquets down the aisle originated long ago, when it was believed that holding a collection of fragrant herbs, flowers and spices would ward off bad luck and also mask body odors in a time when