Posts tagged dc florist
The Ultimate Free Guide To Wedding Flowers

Welcome to your ultimate pricing guide for wedding flowers in the metropolitan DC area. We're answering your questions about wedding flowers and the pricing behind them, so keep reading to make choosing your wedding flowers the easiest part of your planning.

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Tori & Robbie's Romantic Garden Wedding at Airlie

Tori and Robbie's wedding was one for the books! I've designed many outdoor wedding ceremonies but nothing quite like their wedding at Airlie. Tori found me thanks to her loving the aesthetic of my website, and we immediately hit it off at her consultation. During the months leading up to the wedding, we exchanged plenty of ideas,

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How Honeybook Has Been A Game Changer For My Business

Starting a business (especially in such a creative industry) can be tough, and sometimes entrepreneurs struggle to find the best way to organize and maintain their business while still enjoying doing the part they actually love. For me, things were no different. When I started Chic Girl Flowers, I struggled with so many of the business-related items on my to-do list…

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The Flower That Stands The Test Of Time

Let’s talk about something everyone loves: roses. I’ve never had a bride tell me she didn’t like roses, and we constantly get requests for them in bouquets, centerpieces, and arrangements.

I’m personally obsessed with David Austin Roses. These English roses are known all over the world, because David Austin himself set out to breed a better rose back in the 1950’s.

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Trending 2018: Garland

Today I want to talk about a floral trend that has massively taken off this year, and that I am SO in love with: garland. These long, lush strands of greenery can go just about anywhere at your wedding and look absolutely fabulous. While there are many different types of garland, the most popular request I'm getting from my clients is eucalyptus garlands.

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What Really Goes In To Your Wedding Flowers

You've set the date, chosen the venue and photographer, and sent Save-the-Dates to the guest list. Wedding planning is off to a great start, and now that you've found your florist, it's time to start nailing down your floral design. What follows is a consultation to discuss your color scheme and theme and what in-season flowers make you swoon. After that you're hopefully letting your florist create something magical for you (see my previous blog on Why Giving Your Florist Creative Freedom Is Important).

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