Wedding Bouquet Keepsake by Flora-Ly
This blog post is for all of our awesome current clients! You need to check out this goregous wedding bouquet keepsake by Flora-Ly. I know what you are thinking, Audrey and Cody have already been married for years, what is she showing us? Well, back when we got married, I didn’t even know this was possible. A few years back we had a few clients hire Linda and we have been recommending her ever since!
So for this past Christmas, I had Linda recreate my wedding bouquet. I gave her one of our favorite passages, which was read at our ceremony, and some gorgeous handmade paper I used for our wedding invitations. Look what she designed and created! We are so incredibly happy with this piece. We look at it everyday, and will certainly enjoy it for many years.
We want to highly encourage all of you to consider hiring Linda for her one of a kind artistic services. Linda can include many different types of items, such as your invitation or even a photograph from your wedding day. She can also design smaller keepsakes which you can gift to family.
You know that we’re quick to point out that photographs are one of the only items you will have after your wedding day is done. Well, let me correct myself. You CAN have your flowers after your wedding, and not for just a day or two. We all know how much you spend on those beautiful wedding day bouquets, so why not do something amazing with the flowers instead of throwing them away?
So here is the best part: If you reserve your bouquet preservation by June 1, 2015 you will receive $50 off an 11×14 wedding bouquet keepsake, just like ours pictured below. Don’t forget to mention ACP when you contact Linda. Be sure to check out so many other beautiful wedding bouquet keepsakes preserved and designed by Linda.
Obviously, delivery and taxes are not included in this offer and you should definitely see Linda at Flora-Ly for all the details about starting your own wedding bouquet keepsake. You will be happy you did, so go contact her now!
Audrey & Cody
Look at the hydrangea!
If you were curious, the passage is from The Velveteen Rabbit. My sister, my maid of honor, read this at our wedding ceremony.The eucalyptus might be my favorite.There are also roses and bells of Ireland.