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posted by on Arrangement Ideas, DIY, Flower Facts

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One of the first things that comes to mind when planning flower arrangements or bouquets is COLOR. It’s one of the fundamental elements of any type of design, as important as Form (shape of the flowers and the overall arrangement) and Texture (from smooth and sleek to ornate and airy.) (More on those later!) There […]

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posted by on Arrangement Ideas, DIY, Weddings

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In recent years, trends for wedding and party flowers have moved away from elaborate, intricate, filler-laden extravaganzas to the “less is more” approach. Simple hand-tied bouquets using just a single flower variety, centerpieces comprised of floating flower heads in low-clung bowls. Tasteful, refined, elegant, simple – and easy to do. Except now everyone is doing […]

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Wholesale Billy Balls The wholesale flower industry is joining the rest of the consumer products community with the latest inititive by the GS1-US to barcode cut flowers and their packaging.  One of the last holdouts in the consumer products world, flower growers, importers, and wholesalers will be moving toward a June 2010 target to add […]

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posted by on Fundraising

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The most popular flowers used in simple fundraising events are carnations and roses. Carnations are very affordable, easy to prepare and handle, and are long lasting and durable. They come in a variety of colors with red, white and pink being the most popular for fundraising. They can be purchased in bunches of 25 stems, […]

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posted by on Arrangement Ideas, DIY

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Keep in mind that your guests will want to talk to teach other.  Your flowers should not block their view.  Centerpieces in low, square or round glass vases are very popular right now.   Floral tape is placed over the top of the vase forming a supporting grid.  The flowers are simply placed in between the […]

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posted by on DIY, Weddings

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Making your own bridal bouquet may seem difficult, but it doesn’t have to be.  One of the most popular bouquets right now is the simple nosegay made with monochromatic flowers.  This type of bouquet may consist of all Roses, all Peonies, all Gerber Daisies, all Ranuculas or a combination of these flowers.  Include a beautiful […]

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