Starting 2020

The first flower bouquets for 2020 left the studio Jan.4 and in those bouquets I used David Austin garden roses with a few pine cones and magnolia leaves from the gardens. Wrapping the bouquet with lace and ribbon from the bride’s mom’s dress was the unique and emotional touch.

white bridal bouquet
photo by the Sweet Life Photography

The 2019 photo book is in the mail and I can’t wait for it to arrive! When it comes and I look back on the flowers from 2019 I think to what worked well, what I want to change and how I can better work with the 2020 brides.
You can see this photo book January 10, 2020 at the Kennewick Red Lion Hotel for the
WGW Bridal Show. Great place for you to get started planning.
Questions, e-mails and inquiry forms are coming from those who are planning a 2020 wedding! It’s a busy and really fun time for me to hear all the ideas that bride’s have and how I can help with flowers to make their dreams come true.
If you are a 2020 bride and want to start talking flowers…
1. Fill out the inquiry form on the web page/
2. I’ll try to respond within 48 hours to your email.
3. With your ideas on the form I’ll set up a phone consultation where we can share
more specifics with each other and possibly set up an in person consultation if
that works for you.( I’ve done lots of wedding flowers just through phone and email
communication and not meeting a bride till the wedding day!)
4. Know what your flower budget is
5. If we decide to work together, fill out the flower design contract and you are on my
calendar for your wedding in 2020!
Each bride is important to me.
Talking flowers with you is exciting.
I will do my best to help you make educated flower decisions.

Looking forward to 2020 brides and beautiful flowers.

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