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I have been a little MIA on here lately. I have been working 55 hours plus ate worl plus trying to get wedding stuff done. But, here a few pictures of my wedding work.

First is the flowers. My stepmother's best friend does floral arrangements. I asked if she would be willing to do them for me. She typically does home 'fake' flower arrangements- she is an interior designer. She also did wedding floral arrangements in the past. She get wholesale prices plus I will have ALOT more say into what happens. I did not get that feeling form AA. Plus she has only spent 100 on the all the flowers and she should not have to get too much more. She is not charging me to make them but I will be sending her a thank you!

Also my sister has been working on the centerpieces for the Welcome Dinner. I am not sure what the final decision is but I am comfortable that she will do well. I think the first one is the final desicion. I got my inspiration from Tami (FoxyTv)<--- Thanks!!!

And yes I am trying to get everyboby else to do things for me- that is the best thing that my boss has taught me- DELIGATION!

I hope I can help/inspire someone else since I have gotten so much help and inspiration from here....

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The whole bunch

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My favorite. I did not think I would like them but they look really great!

Click the image to open in full size.My second favorite. Very realistic!

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Not my favorite but it should look OK for what they are using it for. The mother's things (not a corsage but a mini bouquet for them)

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This will be used for the boutinerre (spl?) She will be adding something to them to make them bigger.

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This is most likely what will be used

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Another option

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