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This lovely photo comes from Charity K Photography in Dayton, Ohio.  Thank you so much, Charity, for sharing this gorgeous picture of a DIY spring centerpiece with us.  We love to see and share pictures from our brides and their photographers!!  🙂

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Birch wraped vases




Yellow and Green bridal bouquet


Pretty Raffia


Jute wrapped vase




Our Show Stopper


We really enjoyed our first time at the Savannah Center Bridal Show!   This was our last spring show for the Dayton area location.  We’re excited for the upcoming bridal season… here we go, 2012 weddings!  🙂

P.S. We love Instagram pics.

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We love getting pictures of real Flowerman weddings from our brides!  Our thanks to Carol for sending us some pictures today from her wedding.

Carol chose The Flowerman’s combination option for her wedding.  The bridal bouquets were made by The Flowerman’s full-service design team, all other floral pieces were made by Carol and her team of helpers with the assistance of The Flowerman’s DIY coaching staff, and The Flowerman’s delivery team brought everything to the Franklin Park Conservatory for her and did all of the decorating/set-up.  What a beautiful wedding!  🙂

Carol also left a review of our services online.  Here is what she had to say:

Thanks so much, Carol!  We loved working with you!!  🙂

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We love this centerpiece of a birch container with a jute wrap filled with hydrangeas, roses, Queen Anne’s lace, and curly willow branches. This is an example of The Flowerman’s popular “pinterest-style” centerpiece.  😉


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Our thanks to Ashley Mauro Photography for this beautiful shot of a Do-It-Yourself bridesmaid bouquet from The Flowerman!  We love the style and texture of this bouquet, as well as the lovely rich colors.  Very pretty!  🙂

Check out more from Ashley Mauro Photography here!


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We love when our brides leave reviews for us online or post pictures on our facebook wall!  Found this message and pretty picture on our facebook page today from a recent Do-It-Yourself Columbus bride and just thought we’d share!  🙂

“Thank you for all of your help with our wedding flowers!  They turned out beautiful!  Melissa was so helpful and I couldn’t have been happier with how they turned out!”



Thank you so much, Amanda!  Your flowers were really unique and lovely… love your “wildflower style!”  We wish you all the best in life and in love.  🙂


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Things are starting to look like Christmas around here!  In the spirit of the season, we decided to post some warehouse snapshots from recent Do-It-Yourself brides at our Columbus branch.  Enjoy looking at these red (and sometimes green) bouquets!


This bride chose to use a beautiful combination of red and green Christmas flowers, including red roses, red hypericum berries, red gerbera daisies, green cedar, and green holly.  The stems of the bouquet were cut to their final (shorter) length just after this picture was taken.   


A romantic red bouquet of dark red (“black magic”) roses, red calla lilies, and seeded eucalyptus greenery.


A beautiful bride on her wedding day with a bouquet of two dozen mixed red roses.


A whimsical, “summery” take on the traditional red rose bouquet.  This bride provided white butterflies that she incorporated with the red roses, calla lilies, and gerbera daisies to give her bouquet a more playful look and feel.


This lovely bouquet consists of red roses and white freesia.  The bride added white pearl-head pins in each of her roses for a unique accent and a romantic touch.


This simple and elegant bridal bouquet consists of two dozen black magic roses and 10 stems red mini calla lilies.  This bride’s wedding is also featured in the most-recent Columbus Bride magazine!  🙂


This red bouquet is easily made more “summery” with the inclusion of green hypericum berries and bright red gerbera daisies.


This bride wanted a more “wild” look for her typically traditional red rose bouquet, which was achieved through the addition of a wildflower-looking greenery called bupleurum. 


Happy Holidays!  Enjoy this wonderful season.  🙂

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