Here are the details...these bouquets are from a really fun photo shoot that we did with Kentucky Bride magazine. Jacalyn Mains of JMM Photography and I got together with the ladies of Kentucky Bride on a cold day last February, and put together this fabulous shoot. The KB ladies asked me to design bouquets that went from simple to more complex. And each bouquet has a different look/style to it, as well as a different price tag.
|Our shoot ran in the Spring 2011 issue of Kentucky Bride Magazine.|
So here's the contest -
1. Go to the CLF Facebook page and "Like" us.
2. In the comments section of this blog posting on Facebook, put these bouquets in order from least expensive to most expensive (use the bouquet numbers below).
3. Guess the price of each bouquet in the same comment section.
4. Give us a short explanation on how you arrived at your pricing and what makes a bouquet more expensive than another.
And here's what you win -
Your bridal bouquet for free!!!! As well as your name and your well informed explanation blogged at the contest's end. The person who guesses correct and gives the most accurate cost explanation wins.
The only restrictions are these, you have to book your entire wedding with us (in other words, another floral designer cannot be providing flowers for your wedding and you cannot be DIY'ing your other flowers). There is no stipulation as to the size of your wedding, but the bouquet you choose cannot exceed $300.00. If you choose a bouquet that does exceed $300.00, then you can apply your prize toward it. You have to be a new customer and have not had a consultation with us already. The contest will end on January 31st.
I chose five to seven shots of each bouquet. Jacalyn's shots were so incredible, I had a hard time narrowing down choices...she has such and artistic eye and does amazing work.
Bouquet #1 - includes Roses and Lisanthus, with ivory satin and pearl stem treatment.
Bouquet #2 - Football Mums, Fringe Tulips, Hyacinth, Lilac, Calla Lilies, Ranunculus, Berzelia berries, and bouquet jewel embellishments, with a stem treatment of emerald green dupioni silk and vintage brooches.
Bouquet #3 - Fuji Mums, Roses, Lilac, Scabiosa flower, Kale, Berzelia berries, with stem treatment of celery green dupioni silk, burlap, and a vintage cameo brooch.
Bouquet #4 - Hydrangea, Stock, Roses, and Freesia, with a stem treatment of satin edged Bengaline Moire ribbon and a vintage brooch.