Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Citrus + Blooms

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8 JL Designs

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13 heavenly blooms and sweet and saucy

image via Heavenly Blooms

13scott_janelle_wedding_1911 krista jon

image via Krista Jon

15 heavanly blooms and sweet and saucy

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110 JL Designs

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110 sweet and saucy

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19 heavenly blooms and sweet and saucy

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carneros_inn_22 branch out flowes

image via Branch Out

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image via Chestnuts in the Tuileries

carneros_inn_23 branch out flowers

image via Branch Out

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saddlerock_ranch_mailibu_spanish_wedding_1 love and splendor

image via Love and Splendor

yellow-black-white-escort-table-decor karen tran

image via Karen Tran

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image via Quatre Coeur

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image via Green in Bloom and Sara Gray Photography

So glad you stopped by today!

If you have a few extra minutes and you’re a designer (or would-be designer), I urge you to visit Flirty Fleurs this week for a 5-part series on making changes in your business…very interesting and relatable…

4 comments:

Great flower lady said...

Totally love the out of the box design elements~

Mimi said...

Amy, Thanks for letting us know about the series over at Flirty Fleurs. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

Never A Plain Jane said...

I love the idea of small trees as pew ends (a la JL Designs)! Just think, they could double as favors for family members or the bridal party and everyone can plant a tree that will grow and blossom just as the love of the bride and groom.

hailey Bernstein, Zest Floral and Event Design said...

LOVE the use of citrus. Thanks for doing this fun post!