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A Bouquet to Last Forever...

by Heather Boyd
(Raleigh, NC)

My Bouquet!

My Bouquet!

When I decided that I wanted a fall wedding, I pictured beautiful foliage with red, orange, green, and brown accents everywhere. I had stars in my eyes, but I also had a tight budget. When it was time to get my bouquets, I couldn't bring myself to pay hundreds of dollars for something that I knew would die within days. I knew what I wanted, and I had an arts and crafts store right across the street, so why not try to make them myself? If I didn't like them, I could always buy others.

Needless to say (because I'm posting here), I LOVED how they turned out, and I had a blast making them. In fact, after seeing my creations, my sister-in-law asked me to make her bouquets for her own wedding. I didn't want to stop there, so I created a website where I could keep making them for others. :]

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