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BLOOM COLORFULLY | NO. 03

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BLOOM COLORFULLY | NO. 03

Hi friends! Happy Wednesday!

Today, we are so excited to start a new series based around all of our pretty pretty blooms!

One of the common dilemmas our flower brides usually have when we meet for the first time is finding a photo of a bouquet or centerpiece and loving it, but having no idea what flowers were used to create the design!

Well, fear not, because we are going to start breaking down the ingredients used in our arrangements! This will be the perfect tool to take with you when planning your wedding color palette or floral must-have list!

We're kicking things off today with these crazy cool, color-filled arrangements we designed for the TOPSHOP x rewardStyle lunch from April's rewardStyle conference, #rStheCon! We had so much fun ordering ALL. THE. COLORS. for this event and you are going to love seeing all the happy flowers we used to create them!

THE INSPIRATION

TOPSHOP + rewardStyle - Celebrate Dallas - Event Florist
TOPSHOP + rewardStyle - Celebrate Dallas - Event Florist
TOPSHOP + rewardStyle - Celebrate Dallas - Event Florist

THE INGREDIENTS

Want to see more flowers and their names? Check out our Flower Library here and on Instagram!

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MEET THE TEAM!

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MEET THE TEAM!

With a wildly insane fall wedding season, we are thrilled to announce the addition of three new faces to the #CCgirlgang! Meet Diana, Sharde, and Kiara! Read along to learn a little more about each of these beautiful ladies. Welcome to the dream team girls!

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MEET DIANA: Diana is an obsessive creator who has an endless desire to make all things lovely. She is a self-diagnosed Instagram addict and an avid high heel collector. As a crazy dog lady, she believes that every business in the world should be dog-friendly. Lucky for her, Celebrate Colorfully is just one such small business!

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MEET SHARDE: Sharde is a native Texan, born and raised in the Dallas area. She graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Psychology. She loves spending time with her family, friends, and 2 dogs #MochaGigi. Lover of the ID Channel, coffee, traveling, food, and anything weddings! Sharde is always up for anything adventurous and plans to check skydiving off her bucket list this year!

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MEET KIARA: Kiara is an ambitious + creative Texan by birth and Hoosier by heart. She's got an intense attention to detail and love for all things pretty, gold, and well-manicured. Professionally, she spends her days laughing and learning as a teacher to 86 young but, mighty fourth graders deep in the heart of Dallas. Personally, she spends her time thinking out loud, cheering on the Indiana University Hoosiers, and enjoying good brunch and better books. She dreams of the day she becomes both a TEDTalk speaker and has a song written about her --she says it doesn't need to be very long or even very good but, the gesture would be nice. Kiara joins the team with a wide variety of event coordination experiences and an infectious zest to make your next event a bit more colorful. 

WELCOME TO THE TEAM LADIES!! WE'RE SO EXCITED FOR THIS SEASON TOGETHER! 

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How To: Find Peace Before The Ceremony

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How To: Find Peace Before The Ceremony

Planning a wedding is undoubtedly one of the happiest times of your life; however, it can also be one of the most stressful events to plan! From choosing the best wedding venue and finding your perfect wedding dress, to designing and sending wedding invitations and communicating with an extensive amount of people throughout your engagement, you might feel exhausted when your wedding day finally arrives! With that being said, we have a few tips and tricks to help you find peace before your ceremony and be able to savor and enjoy every joyous and beautiful moment that you have worked so hard to plan and perfect!

Taylor + Louie | Photo by  A Sea of Love

Taylor + Louie | Photo by A Sea of Love

Organization and Help: Delegation at it’s Finest

Hiring a wedding planner and/or day-of coordinator can relieve a great deal of stress and responsibility from your plate. Also, it will ensure that your day is being handled by a team of professionals who know exactly how the day should run and have the experience and know-how to keep each and every part of the day on schedule and running seamlessly both behind the scenes and in front of the camera! Check out our post, Why You'll Want a Planner, for more details on why coordinators are so amazingly helpful. 

Find Moments to Yourself Throughout the Day

Whether your ceremony is set to begin early in the day or later on in the afternoon, find time to pamper and relax yourself.  Be sure to go to bed early the night before and then begin the day with your favorite workout and a healthy breakfast before getting dressed and on your way! This will instantly relieve some of the big day jitters and fuel you for the long day ahead. If you still have time after this, go to the salon for a massage, manicure, of facial. This will help keep your body and mind at ease and will also prepare you to look your most beautiful for the wedding. Also, make sure that you always have water and snacks around to stay hydrated and fueled!

Continue Communication with your Fiancée

In the midst of everything happening from the break of dawn to “I do”, it's very important to stay in communication with your fiancée, maintaining focus on what this glorious day is truly about: celebrating your shared love and commitment to one another as you begin your new life together! Whether this means texting and calling each other throughout the day, sneaking away for a “first look”, or having your maid of honor and best man pass hand-written love notes between the two of you, be sure to find little ways to come back to one another at least a handful of times!

We hope that these few tips will help you find peace before the ceremony on your beautiful wedding day. Please feel free to like or share this post and contact Celebrate Colorfully with any wedding planning, coordination, or floral inquiries that you may have for your upcoming wedding!

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