From bouquets to centerpieces, hair accessories, and styling, Daffodil Parker does it all. As a four year winner of Best Florist in Wisconsin Bride Magazine, Daffodil Parker is the go-to floral shop for your everyday or special event floral needs located in downtown Madison on W Washington Avenue. The thriving business was established in 2006 by owner Erin Joswick and one of her best friends, Mary Parker, who has since moved away.
Erin runs her business with passion and lots of smiles, making sure you leave satisfied and happy. Owner Erin Joswick says of their clientele: “We just really try to get to know the client and their tastes. If they don’t have favorite flowers we ask about other favorite aesthetics or dislikes.”
Although a small business, the ladies running the shop come from various creative backgrounds, including science, baking, and design, to bring the best insights about flower arrangements.They even offer styling consultations to help make your event ideas a reality, and help unjumble the ideas in your mind.
Owner Erin Joswick offers some advice to people just starting out in the planning process: “Take it one step at a time, stay true to yourselves and enjoy the process! Once you make a decision that you feel comfortable with, move on and don’t second guess it. It is an extraordinary day, but there is an overwhelming amount of information and options out there, so don’t lose sight of what is really important…LOVE!”
To get your flowers or schedule your styling appointment, call 608-663-2100 or email email@example.com today!
No detail should be forgotten in your ceremony space, as it will set the tone for the rest of your wedding because it is the first space your guests will see. Also, this is the place where you and your partner will start the rest of your lives together so it should feel special and unique to the two of you. The décor incorporated here is a great way to display the theme and colors of your wedding. If you plan on taking pictures in your ceremony space, these ideas will add the perfect finishing touch to your photos. Here are a few ideas to help you achieve the look you desire for your ceremony space.
Candles are a great way to create a romantic feeling in your ceremony space. Whether you decide to line the aisle with them or surround yourself with them at the end of the aisle, the soft glow they create is idyllic for photos and will set a whimsical tone. Also, candles are a great way to create unity between your ceremony and reception space by incorporating them in your centerpieces as well.
Flowers are perfect for incorporating the colors of your wedding into your ceremony space. The numerous types of flowers to choose from are also a great way to show off your personal style. Displaying the flowers in different vases, tying them to chairs, or lining the aisle with them will help create the theme you desire throughout your ceremony space.
Arches and Backdrops
Imagine how beautiful your photos will look when you and your partner are standing under a stunning arch or backdrop when you say “I do”. Adding streamers, balloons, or creating a garland by stringing flowers together will create a personalized touch to your space. This could be a great DIY project for the crafty bride and groom. Also, it is the perfect idea for an indoor or outdoor wedding
Congrats on being chosen as maid of honor! Below are a list of tips and responsibilities to help you be the best maid of honor ever!
- Lend a helping hand and ear to any ideas the bride may have
- Attend dress shopping and fittings
- Lead the bridal party! – Be the point person for them to come to
- Host the bridal shower and plan the bachelorette party
The Big Day
- Get prepped and dressed with the party members
- Prepare an emergency kit for the bride
- Sign the license as a witness
- Hold the bride’s bouquet during the vows
- Help bustle the brides train and fix the dress after restroom breaks!
- Give a toast to the newlyweds
- Make sure the bride eats and drinks
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There are so many memories created on your wedding day that you’ll want to remember for decades to come. Here are a few picture ideas you won’t want to forget.
- Preparation shots: You’ll want to remember the day from start to finish. Take a couple getting ready.
- Before Couple Shots: Pre-reception photos that fit with the traditional views of the bride and groom not ‘seeing’ each other before the wedding are an American phenomenon.
- Grooms Reaction: One of the most precious moments is when the groom lays his eyes on his bride. Don’t miss this moment.
Hosting Easter? Throwing a shower? Getting married? There are some great Easter- inspired table settings that are sure to tie your event together. This year, trends include bright colors, springtime flowers, and light linens. Pair these feminine features with rustic wood, burlap, and mason jars to help balance out the table. Many of these options are easy to find and you can make yourself! These are awesome ways to save money on table settings while still incorporating the changing of the seasons.
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