Friday, September 4, 2009

Flowers in a Box?

FiftyFlowers shares a money saving way to get your wedding day flowers - have them delivered, ready for the wedding day, in a box!

FiftyFlowers, an affordable and convenient option for all of your wedding flowers, from the bouquets to the centerpieces. The new hot product in wedding flowers is from And it is wedding flowers in a box. Your wedding flowers arrive to you in a box ready to go, and you can choose from several different types of flowers, including roses, star of Bethlehem, hydrangea, calla lilies, sunflowers, garden mix, gerber daisies, mini calla lilies, it's almost endless. There's an option for everybody.

You have the traditional antique, which is the hydrangea look, then you have the modern sleek look which is the red roses, or you can have the garden fresh, which is as if you went into your grandmother’s garden and created your own bouquet. Each piece is hand designed for you, it's not as though these are pre-made by machine, we hand make everything with top designers in our design studio. We've taken extra care to add in a toss bouquet, because most brides want to keep their bouquet and preserve it, so with the toss bouquet you have no problem, you just toss it away. We also have the petite hand tied, which is for a junior bridesmaid or for your mother to carry down the aisle. It is a hot trend this year.

Wedding Flowers in a Box comes in 9 different wedding packs. You can get as small as 3 pieces to 40 pieces, and the pieces that come in the pack are your bridal bouquet, your bridesmaid bouquet, your maid of honor bouquet, your table centerpiece, you have every type of flower piece you'd want for your wedding.

This is a great deal for a bride on a budget, because you're getting top quality, hand designed product for a fraction of the cost from the local florist. The great thing about Wedding Flowers in a Box is that you can order all of the pieces that you need for your wedding, you unpack them, put them in water, and you're ready to walk down the aisle.

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