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Our daughter was married this past December 2016 and Terri did the wedding flowers/decorations at our church.  At the initial meeting, Terri asked us a few questions about our vision and then jotted down notes while Emily explained how she wanted the church to look. Since it was Christmastime, we were going for shiny, glittery and sparkly!  Terri did not disappoint and achieved this through zillions of candles twinkling at the back of the altar and little white lights along the sides of the church in the tiny Christmas trees. We wanted white flowers exclusively and the way Terri assembled the bouquets was breathtakingly beautiful. She used this incredible fabric to fashion " bow type" ribbon markers at the end of each pew which made the walk to the altar seem as if was paved with flowers! The church was simply gorgeous which added to the magic of the day! Terri was an absolute delight to work with and I looked forward to each meeting. Whatever event you are planning, Terri will make it a day to remember.


Martha (mother of the bride)


“Terri did a phenomenal job on our wedding flowers! She is not only a talented and creative florist, but also a lovely individual. During our initial meeting, she understood my ideas immediately and offered many suggestions that I hadn’t originally thought of. Working with her throughout the planning process was very relaxed, as she made it easy for me to trust her capabilities. Ultimately, Terri executed my floral vision flawlessly. Both the church and reception venue were breathtaking; everything we expected and more. I would highly recommend Terri to anyone in search of a fabulous florist!.”

                                                                                                            Megan (bride)

"My daughter's fall wedding was a wonderful event, greatly enhanced by the beautiful floral designs created by Terri!  She listened carefully to the wishes of my daughter.  Her creativity and attention to details provided a magical element to this most memorable day."
                                                                                   Linda (mother of the bride) 
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