Spring and Summer Sensations
Alluring bouquets with coordinating boutonnieres for all your spring
summer nuptial needs.
Coordinating floral purses, corsages and boutonnieres lend cohesion
to weddings of all degrees of formality.
Setting a Stylish Table
Reception décor inspired by the latest trends illuminated by floral
industry experts in our January “In Design 2007” article.
Grand event florals from renowned designer Preston Bailey’s newest
Bold colors and fabric blossoms are among noteworthy trends for
florists to watch.
Check out the winners of our eighth annual wedding contest, and
catch a glimpse of the more than 150 entries we received.
The $150,000 Question
Mormile Florists & Event Decorators finds an answer for success with
weddings in a highly competitive market.
Contracts 101: Keeping Your Customers
How to create a wedding contract that will protect your shop as well
as your clients.
Discover the colors and styles that are tops for wedding and spring
Stationery Trends 2007
Our exclusive look at the latest in stationery products for the year
Check out these suppliers of distinctive stationery products.
Flower Trends in China
As China’s economy races forward, the country’s floral industry is
rapidly, offering new opportunities for Chinese citizens and
on the cover:
MATERIALS: ‘Bianca Candy’, ‘Nightingale’,
‘Old Dutch’, ‘Sahara’, ‘Sweet Akito’, ‘Talea’ and ‘Vendela’ roses
from Eufloria Flowers; Elegant® Bouquet Holder from Smithers-Oasis;
dress from Watters & Watters; crocheted doily from craft store.
Photography by Stephen Smith
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Spring and summer Sensations
Reviewing Stand by Frances Dudley, AAF
Fresh Flower by Steven W.
Hot Topic by Glennis Wright
Practical Floristry by Teresa P. Lanker
Success Strategies by Tim Huckabee
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Elements of Style by Talmage McLaurin, AIFD