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for my The colour I have cho­sen

white. I wed­ding is navy blue and re­ally wish I could have

navy blue flow­ers, is there a way

of get­ting flow­ers tinted or spray

painted? to any florist’s A won­der­ful lit­tle ad­di­tion bag, is flo­ral colour spray. It comes in many

navy blue. Be dif­fer­ent colours in­clud­ing sure to wear gloves

when ap­ply­ing the spray, hold at arm’s

length away and lightly coat the flower, al­low

to dry and if you feel it needs an­other

ap­pli­ca­tion re­peat the steps. If you hold

the can too close, the colour won’t be

ap­plied cor­rectly and will flake off and then you run the risk of

on the day. Your dis­colour­ing your clothes

with this process, florist, who will be fa­mil­iar is the best per­son to

carry this out. There are a myr­iad of bridal books and mag­a­zines that of­fer ‘check­lists’ for brides plan­ning their own wed­dings, which can be help­ful if you re­ally have nowhere to turn. There are an in­creas­ing num­ber of Wed­ding Plan­ners out there that of­fer once off meet­ings to brides not book­ing a plan­ner, but need­ing help get­ting off on the right foot. This gives give you the op­por­tu­nity to sit down with a pro­fes­sional co­or­di­na­tor, dis­cuss your dreams, and walk away with a per­son­alised plan­ning doc­u­ment, items you should pri­or­i­ties, a budget out­line and whole wealth of ad­vice and ex­pe­ri­ence. This sort of as­sis­tance can be truly price­less to the bride plan­ning her own wed­ding. “From This Mo­ment” of­fers such a pack­age,


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