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Are Wedding Flowers On The Horizon For Beyonce Knowles?

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For some time now, singer Beyonce Knowles has been linked to 
hip hop artist Jay-Z and rumors of a wedding in the future are 

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Are Wedding Flowers On The Horizon For Beyonce Knowles?
Copyright © 2006 Wesley Berry
Wesley Berry Flowers

For some time now, singer Beyonce Knowles has been linked to 
hip hop artist Jay-Z and rumors of a wedding in the future are 
rampant. Will a lucky florist be called upon soon to help Beyonce 
plan all the flowers that will be used in her ceremony? If so, 
she'll have a lot of options for using flowers to make her 
wedding as beautiful as she is.

Flowers aren't just for the bride's bouquet anymore. They're 
being used in exciting new ways that can help the bride and groom 
to bring beauty to everything from the hotel rooms being used by 
guests to the car the newlyweds drive away in. Flowers have 
become an enormous part of the occasion with attention being paid 
not just to the flowers, but to their containers, accessories, 
and settings. A professional florist who is experienced in 
creating wedding designs can be a bride's best friend when it 
comes to sorting through all the current wedding flower trends.

Here are some great and easy ideas you and your florist can use 
to weave flowers into the special day:

 * Place flowers in the hotel rooms of special out-of-town guests 
   such as grandparents and other special relatives.

 * Send arrangements to individuals who have helped to make the 
   day one to remember, such as the pianist, singer, or even the 
   religious leader performing the ceremony.

 * Fill standing urns with lush arrangements to place outside the 
   entrance of the ceremony. These arrangements can later be 
   moved to the reception location.

 * Place a single rose on the seats reserved for the mother of 
   the bride and the mother of the groom.

 * Use the bridesmaid's bouquets as decorations to place around 
   the wedding cake.

 * Create centerpieces containing a separate cluster of flowers 
   for each couple seated at the guest's dinner tables to take 
   home with them.

 * Create centerpieces containing large floating blossoms and 
   votive candles.

 * Use the bouquet the bride will toss during the reception as 
   the cake's topper.

 * Decorate the ribbons streaming from the bride and groom's car 
   with flower petals and blossoms.

 * Throw rose petals rather than rice (which is actually harmful 
   to birds) as the happy couple leaves.

Wedding flowers are a versatile way to bring beauty to any kind 
of wedding, from the casual to the elaborate. They may be bright, 
contemporary arrangements with big, boldly colored flowers or 
they may be simple, lightly colored, and fragrant. The choices 
are endless, but with the help of a professional florist, even a 
star like Beyonce can get the exact look and feel she wants from 
her wedding flowers. 

Wesley Berry is the President of Wesley Berry Flowers, 
a successful multi-million dollar business that was 
established in 1946. He is also the Headmaster of the 
Professional Florists' Institute, a floral design school 
located in Michigan. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the 
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