Jared and Candice (my daughter) had a four month engagement. They were finishing up grad school in Dallas, Texas while together we were planning for their wedding in Virginia Beach. A friend spoke highly of Fifty Flowers as an alternative to a costly florist. The bride chose mint green, silver and white as her color scheme. We added Peach Avalanche Roses as a complementary color to the Dusty Miller and True White Garden Roses. We also selected the cobalt blue Corn Flower to add a pop of unexpected color and tie in the blue glasses that were on the tables. We used the brides maids bouquets as centerpieces for half of the tables and used massive babies breath for a cloud of tall centerpieces for the other half. My sister, aunt of the bride, took the lead in preparing the flowers. The bride tossed a small nosegay but gave her boquet to the couple that had been married the longest. My sweet friend that received the bouquet (married 45 years) left it on the table at the end of the night knowing that I would find it and take it home to enjoy for the next few days. The flowers were a wonderful reminder of how precious that bride and groom are and how fortunate we are for such wonderful friends. I highly recommend Fifty Flowers to all of my friends.