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Monday, March 7, 2011

blossom sweet in utah valley bride magazine, 2011

We are excited to (belatedly) announce that Blossom Sweet is once again a part of Utah Valley Bride Magazine. The 2011 issues are on shelves now, be sure to pick up a copy! Now, time to introduce you to our exposure in this year's magazine:

{all images are used by permission, and are copyright Utah Valley Bride Magazine, 2011}

Our ad:

Page-spread view:
Two of our bouquets were featured in the flower section of the magazine. Here they are with their corresponding descriptions:
"Showcasing a delicate mix of ranunculus, roses, lisianthus, spray roses, dusty miller, and hydrangea, this bouquet exudes an air of femininity and grace. Add a ruffled satin wrap and Blossom Sweet's signature handcrafted skeleton leaves, and you've achieved this season's "must-have" status.

"Orange is in! And this striking mix of ranunculus, tulips, cushion dahlias, calla lilies, and spray roses in various shades of orange is a monochromatic showstopper sure to wow the crowd - not to mention the bride."

We also had a few words of advice scattered throughout the issue. Here they are in no particular order:

"Look at your floral concept as an investment rather than an expense. You will be looking back on the 'best day of your life' for the rest of your life."

"If you want your guests to remember your events as a stunning soiree, then the first thing they should see should be something pretty. Be sure to include entryway and guest book pieces in your floral vision."

"Want great detail shots of your wedding? Pay attention to the details of the details. What a difference a stunning handle treatment makes on an already beautiful bouquet! What a gorgeous idea it is to add one simple bloom to each place setting. Keep in mind there are so many options beyond the obvious - so many avenues beyond the expected to tap into your design's potential. It's all in the details, darling."

And finally, let's talk cover girls. Here are the four seasonal covers of the 2011 issue:

Winter:

Spring:
Summer:

Fall:

Thank you for the photos, UV Bride! Happy to be a part of the magazine once again.

1 sweet thought{s}:

Utah Valley Bride said...

Thanks from the staff of Utah Valley Bride! We loved having you and your gorgeously sweet creations in the magazine!