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New Year’s Eve Wedding at Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center January 6, 2011

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Lindsey and Elliott got married at the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center on New Years Eve. We absolutely loved making Lindsey’s bridal bouquet of white peonies and roses with touches of silver beads!! She was such a beautiful bride and a pleasure to work with. And also, thanks to our ASU students Justine, Kaitlan and Ashlee for helping us with setup. There was a lot of intricate details involved, and we couldn’t have done it without you ladies.

Congratulations to the wonderful couple!

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Using Ceremony Flowers as Reception Decor December 23, 2010

A great cost-effective strategy for weddings is to utilize your ceremony decor and transferring it into your reception area.  Here is an example from Jenna and Sean’s wedding at Foothills Golf Club.

They had two large arrangements at the altar which were later moved into the reception space, placed behind their head table. The bridal bouquet was also on display on the head table, which is another great way to maximize your floral budget.

They also used wax candle vessels to line their ceremony aisle, which were later used on the guest tables at their reception.

The bride’s toss bouquet was displayed on the cake table along with rose petals. Another option is to display the bridesmaids’ bouquets on the cake table as well.

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Maximize your Wedding Budget – Using Florals Twice February 27, 2010

Do you want fabulous, amazing wedding flowers, or have you heard that your favorite flower for your wedding is more costly? Maximize your wedding budget by asking us to collaborate with you and find a way for your ceremony floral/decor to be moved to the reception!

Here is the first way to do this. These brides started with the look for the reception tables, and then we figured out how to use them for ceremony decor:

Ceremony to Reception Decor is only one way to use florals twice in a wedding.  Here are some other creative ideas: using rehearsal dinner decor either in the ‘getting ready’ rooms or hotel rooms, or in other places on the wedding day, using Aisle Decor to decorate the head table, moving Guest book table and/or Unity Candle/Sand Ceremony florals to decorate the gift table or bathroom, holding over flowers from the wedding to the brunch the next day.

Credits: For Green and White wedding: Firesky Resort, for Red Rose wedding: Mae Michael Photography