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Why Not Some Extra Touches To Your Wedding Flowers…

By Partyoptions

Adding a little something special to your wedding bouquet to make it truly unique to you, can make all the difference and adding the right extras to your wedding flowers is important with light catching crystals, pearl strands and pearl loops to give a vintage feel.
Bows which we have in a range of different colours can be added to add accent colours, heather in either purple or white to add a Scottish feel.

But where to start, well diamanties can be added to about 95% of the roses we use here at Sarah’s wedding flowers, its not all of them because some of the roses can`t support the diamante pin well enough.
Roses can really come alive with just a diamante added to the center of the rose, changing the whole appearance of the flower.

We seem to have two camps regarding the amount of diamantes used in a bouquet with about a 50/50 split either using a diamante in every single rose or just a few here and there. This will also depend on the size of the bouquet, style and budget, at only 20p per rose its a good value way to add a little sparkle to your posy.
Light catching crystal strands can be added to all of Sarah’s Flowers bouquets a perfect way of adding glitz and sparkle and for that full on bling look why not have diamantes in every rose and crystal strands.
Our pearls come in an off white ivory color and can be either in loops or straight strands, the can be used to give a vintage style look to your bouquet depending on the color of the bouquet, and especially so when adding our lace style ribbon bows and bound posy stem.

If you have a Scottish theme then as well as having thistles we also have a small section of tartan ribbons you can choose from,  we also have either purple or white heather which we can added in to any of our bouquets, buttonholes or corsages.

For more unusual colours which you just can`t get in artificial or silk flowers we can add in ribbon bows to accent your color scheme, we do have quite a wide choice of colours using either satin, organza, grosgrain or a mixed sheer ribbon.
If you don`t want to add bows to the bouquet then why not just have the handle bound in your chosen color.

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