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Have a Happy Holiday Season!


Hello all! This week, you won't get the usual wedding tips and bouquet advice you've become accustomed to on the Bridal Builder Blog. This is because Christina's taking Christmas off to spend time with family, but never fear! Here are some great throwback blog posts to read during your downtime that will up your bouquet game like no other.

5 Things Every Bride Should Know About Their Wedding Flowers

May 30, 2020

This is the perfect place to begin when you don't know where to start. A catch-all of basic bouquet questions, really. A splendid place for a bride who's just starting on their flower journey.






7 Thoughts When Choosing the Colors in Your Wedding Bouquet

Nov 23, 2019

All of Sandy's tips on what to keep in mind when it comes to color. Color can make all the difference when everything comes together on your special day, so this is a must-read for all brides!

5 Creative Bouquet Handles You Need to See

July 4, 2020

A very pertinent issue that you may not have thought of, but after your flowers are chosen, you'll want to think about your bouquet handle. Here's some inspiration to get your gears turning.

6 Alternatives and Options for Bridesmaids' Flowers

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Jan 18, 2020

We really liked BuzzFeed-esque numbered lists when this blog first started out. That tacky issue aside, this post gives you a lot of inspiration as to what to do for your bridesmaids. After your bridal bouquet is done being designed, this will be your next stop.

Drying Your Own Flowers at Home

Feb 8, 2020

For the DIY bride or the bride who wants to know more about how her dried bouquet is processed. This is especially pertinent for winter brides, who might consider a dried bouquet in order to avoid wilting flowers in the cold winter air.







To see more about different bouquet flowers, check out our blog posts on daffodils, delphinium, dahlias, lilacs, carnations, hydrangeas, lavender, or lily of the valley.

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