Bouquets For Covid-19 Brides
After months or even years of dreaming and planning, the last thing a couple wants to be faced with is postponing or canceling their wedding. Unfortunatley, wedding celebrations do, on occasion need to be postponed or canceled whether it’s because of a family emergency, natural disaster, or a global pandemic as we are faced with now. Covid-19 is wreaking havoc on the wedding world. Couples are scrambling to re-schedule their weddings amidst all the stress, worry, and uncertainty of these trying times. It’s been a rocky road for all of us and has caused heartache and disappointment to so many engaged couples. Couples who have put so much time, energy, and excitement into planning a fairytale wedding and the aisle runner has literally been pulled out from under them.
With dates being changed, locations being swapped, and navigating what vendors may or may not be available, couples are having to face the fact that they will need to be open-minded and understand that things may not be exactly what they had originally planned. All of a sudden you’re getting married in a different month, possibly a different season and all of your design plans are out the window. While the decor is such a small detail in the grand scheme of things, the bridal bouquet is one of the most important aspects of the wedding for brides. Having been a floral designer for over a decade designing with both fresh and faux, I prided myself on taking sometimes up to 2 hours to craft the perfect bridal bouquet for each and every bride. I never had an assistant or anyone else make the bouquet. I’ve made over a thousand bouquets with my two hands and I put my heart into every single one. So I understand the upset when a bride has her heart set on peonies, or poppies or anemones or some other beautiful bloom that now may not be available. I want to help.
I am giving away a custom-designed faux floral bridal bouquet to 3 lucky brides who have had to reschedule their weddings due to COVID-19. Follow the link below to enter to win. Good luck and best wishes to all the couples who are struggling through the process of postponing their big day.