Monday, March 23, 2009

What's in Bloom in March / Sacramento Lake Tahoe Wedding Flowers DIY bulk Wedding Flowers

Forsythia Branches photo by Steve Sisney
Here's what's blooming and available in March:

Blooming Branches! They are gorgeous! I saw some forsythia at my vendors that was 6 or 7 feet tall - imagine that in some lovely tall glass cylinders for your ceremony. And quince branches, in their unique salmon color, as centerpieces on your tables. Looking for cream, consider some of the other flowering branches available, including dogwood. More branches available now and DIY prices effective March 2009 only:

  • Almond Branches, $24/bunch
  • Apricot Branches, $20.50/bunch
  • Cherry Branches, Long or Medium, $24 or $20/bunch
  • Dogwood Branches, Tall or Short, $24 or $14/bunch
  • Forsythia Branches, Long or Short, $30 or $14/bunch
  • Peach Branches, $16/bunch
  • Plum Branches, $16/bunch
  • Pussy Willow, Short, $14/bunch
  • Pussy Willow, Tall (10-14 ft), $23/bunch
  • Quince, Long or Medium, $33 or $26/bunch
If you're DIYing branches, I highly recommend that you check out Gay Smith's article on Blooming Branches over at ubloom. She tells you how to care for flowering branches and how to make them open. You can purchase the supplies she recommends through me.

Also unique and available is Columbine, $14.50/bunch, Campanula $18/bunch, Daffodils $6.50/bunch, ranunculus $12/bunch.

Special through April 15, 2008: Cymbidium sprays for only $39 each! Each spray contains 8 to 10 blooms. This is a great price, I got a special deal and I'm passing those savings on to you. The regular price is usually $60 each.

Forsythia Branches photo by Steve Sisney at .

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