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Miss Maggies Flowers
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Flower Designer, wedding specialist and passionate perfectionist
Flower Designer, wedding specialist and passionate perfectionist

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Here’s a little tip for brides and their groom’s buttonholes: It’s always a good idea for brides to order two buttonholes for the Groom! Why? Often what happens is throughout the day, grooms hug and kiss family and friends so their button hole tends to become a little disheveled and squashed. By keeping an extra at the reception, once the ceremony and location shots are over, the groom then can replace the old buttonhole with a fresh one that will look great for the rest of the evening. http://youtu.be/PNTEpTwg7mw
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It seems as though the whole eco-friendly, recycled look is in, especially in event decorations where the hessian and hanging bottle theme is very popular at the moment. http://youtu.be/Sgbm-vvXpyU
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Autumn’s here, so the deeper, richer colours are starting to emerge. Berries and dark maroon calla lilies, for example are really popular at the moment. Here’s some ideas. http://youtu.be/AGvvc8rLUbg
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Hi Everyone! Our new e-book is ready for download! “8 Essential
Tips to Perfect Wedding Day Flowers” contains great tips and
pics of beautiful bouquets and button holes to help you choose
the ideal combination of flowers for your wedding day!
Download it instantly here!
http://www.missmaggies.com.au/free-ebook/
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Love Succulents! Great all year round wedding bouquet flower, especially in the summer because they’re quite hardy and don’t wilt in the heat. We had a bride recently combine beautiful green/grey succulents with white roses. Looked absolutely stunning!
You can check them out in the video.http://youtu.be/oXJFCGkFOpo
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Most brides are familiar with traditional flowers that we see all the time, but there is so much more out there! This artificial doda vine is a great example of adding something a little different. In this bouquet I carefully wrapped artificial doda vine over the top of the roses to add a rustic feel to the bouquet and as the vine is nice and flexible, it made placing the vine evenly across the roses easy to work with.
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I love this photo, it's taken in the Netherlands and all the colours you see are tulips! Tulips really are a gorgeous flower but they're also very delicate & don't like the heat! So they're best used in the winter, autumn and spring when it's cooler! Here's a link to see more: 
http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/01/arial-photographs-of-tulip-fields-by-normann-szkop
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My van was vinyl wrapped a few weeks ago and not only do I love but it so do my brides and flower customers! I've been getting lots of  great comments and attracting a lot of attention with my newly decorated van that now has flowers not only on the inside but the outside too! So if your in the Barossa Valley or see me in Adelaide, wave hello :)
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Hi everyone a little wedding video put together of some of my Barossa Valley Brides http://animoto.com/play/LqyUKdJAx91pBdlpAGUsgg
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