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It all started during wedding planning. Flowers were something I knew I was going to be picky about. Originally I wanted peonies, but after getting the lowdown on price and durability (outdoor reception in MO in June doesn't fare well with delicate flowers - thanks for bursting my bubble, Nicole!) I knew I was going to have to do something else. I toyed around with the idea of a brooch bouquet, but I just didn't feel it really would have fit in with our wedding well enough. The idea of a fabric bouquet popped into my head. I found some inspiration online, sent examples to my Mom, and before I knew it she had created something absolutely amazing and beautiful...
I knew I loved our flowers on our wedding day but I've only loved to grow them more as the months have passed. Having my bouquet on my nightstand is a beautiful reminder of our wedding day and I'm so happy that I have the same beautiful piece of art that I carried on that day for years and years to come!
If you know someone searching for an alternative to fresh flowers, I hope you'll let them know about Love & Kismet! I understand that not every bride is the same so customization is available!
I have to give a HUGE shout out to a wonderful lady, Brittany, from Brittany Garner Design! She designed the artwork for the shop and I'm over the moon in love with it. She took the little info I gave her (I like pink and "pretty") and gave me something I'm so proud to have representing my shop! If you ever need anything done - custom invitations, wall art, save the dates, etc. she's someone I highly recommend. She was fast and made sure I was happy with the product before completing the order like a true professional. She's taking a little vacation until June but you can keep up with her by checking out her Facebook Page and get ready for her Etsy reopening! In the meantime, check out her blog - her little boy Harrison is such cutie and you can tell just by looking at pictures that he has such a fun personality!