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Picking wedding flowers for your wedding can be a an arduous task. See how one bride chose the perfect florals for her wedding ...
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Carol Poon: The features for a bride is when we have brides submit in their information about their wedding and what they are looking for further floral designs found the contestants had send in their submissions may choose a lucky bride. We invite three florists to come and do a sample of their tall centerpiece in her love with so aware that you really get to see how your flowers are going to look in your space.
Adriana Trenev: In my home I have elements of shabby chic, art deco and I really wanted to reflect that in my wedding I really wanted gardenias, orchids. I opted to go with a very dark regal purple with a bright gold.
Carol Poon: We get all three florists the same information and have them interpret what the bride has given us as if she was to go in me with each one of them. The first one was more high sophistication regal allowance, the design was very innovative and clean but it also looked very glamour and smarter.
Tiffany Napial: We incorporated her colors of deep purples and gold through the Hydrangeas, Tulips, Roses, Carnations and we came across with the crescent dent with a gold stand that you see in the tall's arrangement and the low arrangements.
Carol Poon: I really liked the second florist how she decided to put ribbons on the backs of the chairs and little feathers coming out.
Jennifer Katz: In the arrangement we have a lot of the deep purples of plums from the deep deep burgundys,to the next table we have a beautiful gold ball of floating Gardenias and then additional smaller gold balls around the center piece.
Carol Poon: The third one I loved that they followed my directive and used Picasso Calla Lilies. That was the specialty flower that I had personally requested because I love the look of it and I think it's so glamorous and regal and it perfectly goes with what I want.
Sugey Rebollar: The tall centerpiece we use the gold candelabra, we also use a lot of crystal, the flowers that we used are calla lilies and we used our fragrant flowers as a sweet peas. The second table complements the tall center piece we use crystal and the flowers that we use are the same as the tall piece but we regroup them and just individual flower.
Adriana Trenev: This is an incredible experience and I feel so blast to have been able to come here and have these great florists present for me. I think I am going to go with the first florist that just heightened the drama which is what I wanted. It was exactly what I had envisioned.