dsc_0145new DIY Idea: Easy Centerpieces by Frolic

Easy Centerpiece These centerpieces are charming and inexpensive! Cost is less than $15. Supplies: old bottles flower clippers 10 stems of flowers in one or two colors Steps: 1. Find bottles on ebay or at thrift stores. 2. Clean bottles... Read More

wedding-vegetable-bouquet Fun and Tasty Veggie Bouquets from Offbeat Bride

I’m a total sucker for non-floral bouquets. My latest obsession has been succulent bouquets, since I’ve formed a deep love for the only plants that can survive my lack of a green thumb. But my newest obsession… Vegetable bouquets! Yes!... Read More

greenflowerstogether Green Your Flowers by Green Bride Guide

Choosing the right flowers for your ceremony, reception and bouquets can bring a splash of color and life to your special day. Sadly, many conventionally sold flowers are coated in toxic chemicals and are often shipped from other parts of... Read More

bride-flower-tiara-outdoors-woodland Romantic, Natural Crowns and Tiaras from Which Goose

Ever since we featured Dave and Kelly’s engagement session with her to-die-for flower headpiece, I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for wedding crowns that had a similar feel. I loved how one accessory could lend the entire shoot an eclectic,... Read More

short-wedding-dress-ruffles-sleeveless Glamorous Wedding Gowns from Ugo Zaldi

Best known as a Parisienne evening dress designer, Ugo Zaldi has a line poised to hit the United States (it’s already available throughout Europe) that gives the cocktail dress and evening gown new life in the form of gorgeous wedding... Read More

engagement-couple-rocks-purple-shirt-40306 Symbolism of Flowers

Particularly during the Victorian era, symbolism was an important part of the courting process.  Flowers had significant meanings and when a beau gave one, it was his own sort of hidden message to his sweetheart. When you plan your floral... Read More

13 Ask the Editor: Florist vs. Floral Designer

Are floral designers more experienced or qualified than florists? Monica, Kissimmee, FL No, they are usually two different jobs and you should not infer anything about experience or qualifications in comparing them.  Typically, florists work out of their own shop.... Read More