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An Honoring Bouquet

by admin on May 1, 2012 in Bridal Party, Ceremony Traditions, Family, Flowers, Purpose with 2 Comments

One of my favorite options came from a friend of mine who had her flower girls hold bouquets that were replicas of her mom’s wedding bouquet. This took attention on the bride’s part to notice her mother’s bouquet in pictures, and to either ask her mom for the details or ask a florist to identify the details (if she was keeping the bouquet a surprise from her mom).

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

A Glad Bride

by admin on August 17, 2011 in Flowers with No Comments

The gladiolus is a branch-less stalk of voluminous blooms that is in the iris family. It’s name comes from the Latin word for sword, which is gladius. Appropriate considering the stalk of blooms is strong and straight like a sword.

Glads are typically in bloom from July through September, and given their rainbow array of color (but no blue), they make for stunning, vibrant summer wedding flowers or for harvest-colored autumnal wedding flowers.

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Centerpiece Heights

by admin on July 25, 2011 in Ceremony Traditions, Flowers, Reception Traditions with No Comments

When you are choosing your centerpieces, one of the most important considerations is the height of the centerpiece.  The rule of thumb is to avoid blocking your guests’ eye-lines. Having shorter centerpieces is the easiest way to circumvent any eye-line issues.  If having a cake stand, a traditional vase of flowers, floating candles, eclectic herb jars, bowls…continued here

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