We actually had to perform an interception this past weekend with some of the floral arrangements for a wedding earlier this week. This is a picture of the finished product to the left. The bride actually never got a chance to see her original bouquet because we had to add an innovative touch to her original bouquet. She wanted the bling factor, and clearly they missed the mark. Not only weren't there any "Diamond" crystals, but the floral arrangement would not have met the client's standards. Therefore, after some reconsideration and thinking on our feet, I actually re-created the bouquet as well as put together her throw-away bouquet for less than $25. So it's important to have the necessary items in your playbook such as a floral class that you took a few years ago in case of an emergency. Before each event, we pack an "emergency kit" that includes random things such as floral tape, various ribbon colors and other items in case of an emergency. Overall the bride was pleased with the finished product and the person who caught her throw away bouquet was happy as well. In next week's newsletter, I will also discuss how there was a fumble at the wedding with the case of the bouquets, but you have to subscribe to see the outcome of the story.
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