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7 Best Practices When Choosing Flowers for Events

I have never put too much thought into flowers before, although I do love them. This article has some great tips that may help you out with your next big event or simple occasion. Flowers this time of year are especially great to have, since it’s so cold and white out.

7 Best Practices When Choosing Flowers for Events.

Most often people select the flowers that appeal to their own personalilty or that are in the display case at the store.  However, there is a lot more to think about when buying flowers, especially if it is for a large gathering, event, or special occasion.

When you click on the link above to read about the best practices, you will find that some of the things to consider are the time of year or season (just like certain fruits are better in certain seasons, so are certain flowers), the scent of the flower which may even affect your guest’s palet, and the pollen that may rub off onto clothing such as a wedding gown.  You may also want to learn about the meaning of different flowers by checking out: http://aboutflowers.com/flower-a-plant-information-and-photos/meanings-of-flowers.html

 

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2 comments on “7 Best Practices When Choosing Flowers for Events

  1. Reid Olson
    February 25, 2015

    Wow, I didn’t realize that selecting flowers for an event could be so in depth! When we chose the flowers for our wedding we went with my wife’s favorite. Like you mentioned there are many other factors that go into the selection that i have never even thought about. Interesting!

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  2. Teachwithlove.
    March 2, 2015

    I have never ever thought about flowers to the extent of which you state. My favorite flower is the Spider Mum which is usually my go to, but I will definitely remember your blog post when it comes time to me picking which flowers to use for my wedding!

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