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So I was adding some awesome new freeze dried rose petal products to the site and decided to  merchandise them by color! I started making the color categories while thinking about just how hungry I was getting (as you can see it was only 11:28am)! Well this lead to a little bit of a Freudian […]

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posted by on Arrangement Ideas, DIY, Flower Colors, Weddings

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Spring and summer are by far the seasons with the most weddings! For a very good reason…. there is no snow, you can have an outdoor wedding, and the colors you can use are ENDLESS! Many of you love the deeply saturated bright blooms that summer has to offer, probably not as much as I […]

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I was more than honored to be able to go to the World Flower Expo this year in New York City.  Many flower breeders impressed me with new variates of roses while others showed us coming trends in 2012. I also was introduced to Nevada Roses, a wholesaler who is quite unique in comparison to […]

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Ranunculus Flowers

I am sure you have heard about the trend setter ranunculus! It has become known for its delicate rose like features that fill any wedding arrangement with texture and elegance.  It comes in a wide variety of colors and is perfect for the DIY bride who is getting bulk flowers! This flower will make you […]

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    voodoo

    I am not sure where you’re getting your information, but good topic.
    I needs to spend some time learning more or understanding more.

    Thanks for magnificent information I was looking for this information for
    my mission.

    Alana Meccia

    Gwen, you can do them the night before and keep the bouquets in water over night (without the ribbon or wrap on yet). Or you can do them the morning of. As long as the bouquets aren’t baking in the heat, they will be great for 5pm!

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