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DRIED   vs    WILD

Not that I want to put my 2 specialisms up against each other but they can be quite contrasting styles and this should help to give you an idea of what is best for your wedding and if my business is for you!

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Dried flowerslend themsleves superbly to  pastel/nude colour scheme

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Eco- can be kept for years to come

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On trend, featuring in vogue and growing popularity in international wedding publications 

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A generalisation but men can find wearing flowers (even a small button hole) unenjoyable, dried brings the subtle hue that is difficult to obtain with fresh, and feathers etc can be added.

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Able to receive them well before your wedding day reducuiing stress more towards the time

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Suggested to be milder to hay fever sufferers

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Perfect autumn/winter wedding decor, lots of inspo on pinterest for burgundy, rust weddings.

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These bring the colour that dried flowers can be lacking

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Locally grown and through meetings or virtually we can create something beautiful from Pinterest inspiration

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Fresh flowers are usually what you imagine from the beginning 

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Larger displays and items are able to be created with fresh flowers

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You can keep and then compost your bouquet after with the same eco benefits as dried flowers.

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