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#1 latoya1908

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    Posted 30 October 2009 - 01:02 AM

    Hello Brides! I'm an April 24, 2010 SGOR Bride and I'm SO excited!!! My only issue (well...one of them) is that I CAN'T STAND the Martha Stewart collection they're offering now. I had no intentions of upgrading anything, but LAWD...the color purple isn't anywhere near the vision I had for the flowers I wanted to carry. Now I'm considering having a silk bouquet made to bring along with me. Has anyone else done this?? How did it work out?? I don't have a bridal party so I'll just need my bouquet and a boutiniere (sp) for my fiance (maybe a corsage for our moms I guess, also).

    #2 michelle6114

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      Posted 30 October 2009 - 12:09 PM

      Hi, I brought my own silk bouquet. I was very particular about the flowers and colors I wanted, and now I can keep them forever. I stuffed them in saran wrap and a box, put it in my suitcase (brought a glue gun for back-up) and they were fine.
      I also asked the WC for a credit for my free bouquet, and aplied it toward boutiners and hand corsages for the moms.

      #3 Lisa7

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        Posted 01 November 2009 - 09:19 AM

        I've heard of many girls bringing their own silk bouquets. Do they not still have all of the other options for the regular bouquets anymore? I got the standard one that comes with the package, put some silk stephanotis in there (b/c they wanted $360 for real ones) and it turned out beautiful. GL

        #4 Julie H

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          Posted 09 November 2009 - 08:25 PM

          Just spoke to Amber and she said as long as you put the money down before Nov 30th you can pick another bouquet. She sent me pictures and I was not impressed and the prices were crazy. She did say eventually you will be able to add to the "free package". I've heard of girls just bringing pics and getting what they wanted. Although after the 30th the Martha Stewart collections are copyrighted, and they claim nothing can be changed, added or shared.

          #5 latoya1908

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            Posted 19 November 2009 - 05:02 PM

            Thanks for the advice everyone!

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