If flowers stopped growing, bees would have no way to make honey and little girls at weddings would walk down the aisle tossing handfuls of tree bark. Smell the roses with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$499 for a bridal-party-flowers package (up to a $1,200 value)
- One bride’s bouquet
- One maid of honor’s bouquet
- Three bridesmaid’s bouquets
- Two mother’s corsages plus an additional corsage
- One groom’s boutonniere
- One best man’s boutonniere
- Three groomsmen’s boutonnieres
- Two father’s boutonnieres plus an additional boutonniere
- One-hour consultation<p>
$589 for a bridal-party-flowers-and-centerpieces package (up to a $1,575 value)
- Everything listed above
- 10 floral centerpieces (up to a $35 value each)<p>
Atlanta Wedding Florals
Designer Nanci Altman directs Atlanta Wedding Florals with more than 30 years of experience and a taste for reinventing elegant, classic designs. Although the firm specializes in large-scale events, their deft handling of complex orders is secondary for clients, who rave about Altman's attentiveness, expertise, and ability to identify in-laws by smell on WeddingWire.com. She begins each visit with a complimentary consultation, chatting with you to interpret your ideas into a fragrant memorial or a riotous, soft declaration of love.
The results are fresh and refined. Altman and her team soften the drama of traditional rose bouquets with cheery gerbera daisies, and successfully wed unconventional couples such as broad, star-shaped clematis blossoms and hyacinth's constellation of florets. Colors may reflect an overall theme or highlight shoes or sashes of key honorees, and candlelit glass vases filled with green apples and rose petals provide focal points other than how images of Jeff Van Grundy's bald head mysteriously appear in glossy cake fondant.