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I Do Florals

I don’t do florals but my sister Nancy designs and creates romantic, flowing, and elegant wedding bridal bouquets. This is her post retirement career. I started to say it is the one, … 130 more words


Vendor Spotlight: Green Blooms

Green Blooms is a brand new non-profit beginning in Madison and seeks to give your wedding and event flowers a second wind by donating them to hospitals and nursing homes.   466 more words



Metallics are popping up in weddings everywhere, as of late! Adding touches of metallics like rose gold, brushed bronze, and copper is a great way to make a bold statement at your wedding, and can be different metallics to use than the more typical silver and gold elements. 292 more words


Minimalist Wedding Design (1 of 2)

When you think of the term “minimalist”, what comes to mind?  Lots of people assume that “minimal” will really mean “empty” or “boring.”  But not so!   304 more words


Spring Trend: Relaxed Florals

Relaxed floral centerpieces and bouquets are Spring’s signature.  Instead of ultra buttoned-up arrangements, this very natural style is making appearances during ceremonies and at receptions.  The style can contribute to a laid-back vibe without ever looking too undone.   159 more words


Why You Should Attend a Wedding Venue Open House Event.

‘Tis the season! No….it’s not Christmas, but Spring is in the air and that means it’s Wedding Season! Now is the time when wedding venues begin to host Open House Events and it’s one of my favorite times of the year (next to Christmas). 495 more words

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Bridal Bouquets

Bridal bouquets are the most popular accessories for brides to walk down the aisle. But what if you need to be a bit different? Here are 5 alternative ideas that will work for both brides and bridesmaids: 1) Wrist Corsage This is a small arrangement of flowers that is secured to the wrist. 20 more words