Bride's Little Book of Bouquets and Flowers

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C.N. Potter, 1993 - Reference - 45 pages
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Every bride faces the challenge of choosing wedding flowers -- and of explaining her preferences to the florist. Now, Bride's Little Book of Bouquets and Flowers, from the editors of Bride's magazine, offers ideas for every imaginable bloom -- from traditional to cutting edge, from bouquet to boutonniere, from church to table -- fully illustrated with over 35 full-color photographs.
The treasury traces the romance of wedding flowers and lists the varieties in bloom each season. With notes on the meaning of each blossom, it explains how flowers can give your wedding a personal signature.
For brides-to-be, their mothers, and all wedding planners, Bride's Little Book of Bouquets and Flowers is an invaluable resource for the wedding day.
Bride's magazine, founded in 1934, is the most authoritative end most respected publication for those planning a wedding -- from amateurs to professionals. Other books by Bride's editors include Bride's Little Book of Cakes and Toasts, Bride's Wedding Planner and Bride's Book of Etiquette.

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