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10 Fabulous Bridal Bouquet Styles For Your Wedding

Choosing the perfect flowers for your wedding is an essential part of creating the overall look you’ll have for your wedding. The style of wedding bouquet will emphasize the general vibe of your wedding, whether it’s elegant and stately or fresh and casual. You’ll want to choose a bouquet style and shape that accentuates your […]

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Types of Wedding Flowers You’ll Want for Your Wedding

The flowers you choose for your wedding will be a reflection of your style, personality, and hope for a bright future together. So it’s important to give this aspect of your wedding decor a lot of thought. There are many different ways flowers show up in your wedding besides in bouquets and on tables. Here […]

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The Complete Guide to Wedding Corsages and Boutonnieres

Wreaths, garlands, and centerpieces will complete the ambiance of your wedding locations, but some of the most important flowers for your big day are the ones that your favorite people will wear! At Griffin’s Floral Design, serving Columbus and surrounding areas, our florists are always here to help you choose the best wearable flowers, corsages, […]

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The Best Types of Wedding Reception Flowers

Big, tall, short, or small, it’s tough to make a bad choice when it comes to selecting flowers for your wedding reception. Floral arrangements help you complete the ambiance of your wedding celebration. They’ll add warmth, excitement, and life to your reception space. At Griffin’s Floral Design, we love all flowers, but our expert florists can help you make […]

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Your wedding day is a great opportunity to mix classic tradition with stylish trends. You can show off your own sense of style and ingenuity while maintaining traditional elements that connect you to the past and future. The “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” adage is a great frame for meshing creativity and […]

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