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Say I Do with Fresh Cut Wholesale Flowers for Weddings and Events

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With engagement season upon us, it’s time to start planning engagement parties, bridal showers, and weddings. Plus, all the fun events in between and after the I Do’s. Of course, fresh cut flowers are always a must-have for the party decor and even the bride’s (along with the bridesmaids) bouquets.

Having fresh cut flowers at wholesale pricing for your color dreams to go wild would be great, right?

Say I Do with Fresh Cut Wholesale Flowers for Weddings and Events
Well, at Wholesale Flowers, this is possible. Wholesale Flowers specializes in delivering premium fresh cut flowers in bulk direct from farms around the world, right to your door. Their the perfect choice for party planners, wedding stylists and DIY brides. You can choose from
- bulk roses
- fresh cut hydrangeas
- DIY flowers for special events
- single variety hand tied bouquets
Hand-tied Sunflower Bouquet from Wholesale Flowers

I’m rather partial to the sunflower bouquet myself as sunflowers were my wedding flower, with hydrangeas.

I was thrilled when my own roses from Wholesale Flowers arrived and couldn’t believe how large they became just hours after being placed in water. The fullest roses I’ve likely ever seen. You can DIY your very own rose arrangement, or add in the floral greens of your choice and maybe even a few other blooms of your choice.
DIY your own rose floral arrangement with wholesale flowers

Do you have a favorite go-to-bloom when creating your own floral arrangements?

A few perks that you will love to know about the fresh cut Wholesale Flowers:

1. These fresh cut flowers last longer than those that have been sitting in a warehouse for days

2. The middleman is eliminated to ensure you get your flowers ASAP, with minimal refrigeration, storage and at the best price

3. The flowers are sourced direct from farms in Holland and South America

4. supports local flower farming communities - every bloom has been harvested at a Veriflora and Rain Forest Alliance certified farms

So, are ready to be creative and find the perfect colors of fresh cut flowers for your next event? Please share in the comments your favorite flower colors.

A Red, White and Blue Wedding Bouquet

As we head into the July 4th holiday I originally planned to show you a red bouquet, a white bouquet and a blue bouquet. But, then I came across this lovely bouquet that had everything in one. I LOVE the addition of the pearls which could be added to any bouquet - so simple, yet makes such a statement.

red white and blue wedding bouquet

Wishing all of my followers celebrating the 4th a wonderful and safe holiday. See you back here on Friday.

photo credit: Floral Design by Shawna Yamamoto Event Design, photo by Focus Photography, Inc., found via Ruffled Blog {election day wedding inspiration}

DIY Wedding Flowers : Make a Trendy & Romantic Ranunculus Bouquet

I'm so happy to welcome Blooms by the Box back with their 2nd in a series of how-to floral videos. Previously on the blog, Diana showed us how to create a beautiful ranunculus centerpiece. Today, Diana is here to show us how to create a trendy and romantic bouquet using the same flowers plus hydrangeas. Today's wedding flower trends are being driven by light, whimsical flowers such as the ranunculus, peonies, and garden roses. This DIY will show you how to replicate this popular floral design trend but on a budget.

Flowers featured in this video include: light pink o'hara garden rose, pink romantic antique garden rose, white ranunculus, pink ranunculus, mini green hydrangeas, peach rose versilla, italian ruscus, and green + peach hypericum.