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Ordering wholesale flowers online is something that requires some planning. Here, at BloomsByTheBox.com, we believe in being there for each customer, every step of the process, from beginning to end. So to get you started, here are the top 5 questions asked about ordering wholesale flowers online, a little jump start for ya! 1. When […]

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If you plan on doing your own flower arrangements I am sure you have said to yourself “How am I going to get the finished arrangements to the venue?”. Transporting DIY arrangements from your home to your event is not a complicated process. You will need a car or van that is big enough to […]

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Adding oranges, lemons, and limes to fresh flower arrangements has become very popular for weddings and events. Citrus fruits bring a natural bright element and texture to centerpieces. Many times DIY’ers avoid the use of citrus fruits in fear that they will damage the flowers or even because they are not sure how to mechanically […]

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    Kim Newton Weddings

    I love this! PERFECT timing! I am doing this with mason jars and white stock for aisle runners this September. Will the floral liners work for mason jars with a wide opening? If so where can I find them?

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Thinking about using garden roses for your do-it-yourself wedding flower arrangements? They are romantic, fluffy textured roses that can be used in rustic, vintage, classic, or even edgy flower designs. The versatility, colors, and shapes available have launched the garden rose into extreme popularity within the wedding industry. If you decide to use these beauties […]

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    Floralevent

    Flower is always playing an important role in your wedding. Wedding flower should be a lively part of your ceremony. So your post is very important for those who are going to get married.

    Vicki Hill

    Such a beautiful rose. Great tip regarding the possible color change to the flower. These roses make such a fantastic bouquet! Thanks.

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Many times it is just as important to learn what you shouldn’t do as what you should do! Especially when it comes to caring for flowers you intend on using for an important event such as a wedding, wedding shower, baby shower, anniversary party, sweet sixteen, or fundraiser. Let’s de-bunk some myths about taking care […]

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    Diana DeVito

    Hello Amy! You can make a bouquet a day or two before your wedding as long as you can keep the bouquet in water, even an inch of water in the vase will keep the bouquet hydrated. You should make boutonnieres and corsages the day before or the day of the event since they are harder to keep hydrating. You should store flowers in a regular room temperature area, keep in mind that a professional cooler is much different than a refrigerator. Storing flowers in a room temperature/cool area out of direct sunlight or direct drafts is the best way to keep them fresh.

    Amy Schaffer

    How many days ahead can I make up brides boquet? And when making wrist corsages how far in advance can that be done? And can they be stored in refrigerateor that contains no food?
    Thank you!

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So many DIY brides ordering bulk wedding flowers need to have hydrangeas in their wedding. We swear by hydrangeas and their beauty, but only if they are properly hydrated! These beautifies are a bit of a diva. Hydrangeas need a little extra care, but how do we ensure that they will last in wedding arrangements? […]

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