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Copley News Service – Floral Pattern

Copley News Service – Floral Pattern

Choosing a seasonal flower is more economical than an exotic flower that has to be flown in if not grown locally, points out Lynda Barness, president of Philadelphia based I Do Wedding Consulting. “The rose is still the most popular wedding flower” since it holds up well and is reasonably priced because of its many varieties. “But the white, cream or pale roses are being matched with other flowers – peonies, hydrangea and orchids – to deviate from the traditional monochromatic or single-flower arrangements.”

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