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White, Wedding, Flowers, Confetti Day Dreams, Blooms by the Box

Finding the Right White Flowers
For your Wedding with Confetti Day Dreams

We are excited to share our most recent feature on choosing the right White Wedding Flowers! We partnered with Confetti Day Dreams to share everything you could want to know about using white flowers in your big day. From the style to the season you can learn it all in the feature. Keep reading to see an excerpt of this feature.

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Greenery, Frosted, Green Floral Arrangement, Bloomsbythebox.com, Eddie Zaratsian

DIY Flower Tutorial in Red by Designer
Eddie Zaratsian & BloomsByTheBox

We are in love with GREEN this season.  Eddie Zaratsian Has taken some of our favorite greens and created this beautiful frosted greenery arrangement! Follow the tutorial below and tell us what you think in the comments! Don’t forget to share your greener with us on social media @bloomsbythebox.

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We’re thrilled to announce our “What’s Your Aisle Style?” 2017 Sweepstakes winner, Erin Vinoski, who chose Rustic Romance as her “Aisle Style!”

Erin and her fiancé Brad will be getting married on November 3, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. They currently reside in North Carolina while Erin finishes her PhD and Brad works, but hope to settle down in Atlanta in the future.

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Spray Rose, Round Centerpiece, Eddie Zaratsian, Bloomsbythebox

DIY Half Moon Centerpiece by Designer
Eddie Zaratsian & BloomsByTheBox

Spring is in the air! We love this fun and full arrangement by Eddie Zaratsian. With only three types of flowers Eddie has created this full arrangement. All you need are Spray Roses, Sedum and accents of Galax Leaf and you can create this centerpiece that is perfect for a wedding, house warming or just because! Don’t forget to share your half moon arrangement with us on social media @bloomsbythebox.

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Want Peonies at your wedding, but don’t want to blow your budget? You can create DIY faux peonies by wrapping real Carnations together! Carnations have the same ruffled texture as a fully bloomed Peony and come in a variety of colors that look similar to Peonies. While Peonies retail for about $6 each, you can buy Carnations for less than $1, which will save you big time in the long run! Add in a few other flowers to your bouquet or arrangement and no one will notice that they’re not actually Peonies!

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