black and white bird print name card holder

The reversible blumebud place card holder is a great way to incorporate a splash of pattern and color to your party’s theme.
Shown here, Jennifer over at Hostess With The Mostess tucked a single feather in with each flower to help create a modern Parisian theme for her girlfriend’s bridal shower.

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Posted on August 17th, 2009 at 3:45 pm

6in white personalized bridal bouquet flower vase

The lines of a blumebox accessorize nicely with wedding bouquets, whether they are sleek and modern, or whimsically romantic.
This fancy feathered bouquet created by Out of Hand fits perfectly into our 6″ white blumebox. With a sprinkling of their creative genius ( a personalized name card from any paper store), they have given each bridesmaid her very own personalized container. Even better is the flowers can remain in water right up until the point where they need to walk down the aisle, ensuring they look absolutely fabulous for the wedding.
These blumebox bouquet holders, a.k.a. flower vases, also looked beautiful after the ceremony as accents on the cake tables.

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Posted on August 17th, 2009 at 3:01 pm

Candy land party theme centerpieces

When Ryan and Trista Sutter, of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette fame, threw a party to celebrate their son’s first birthday, blumeboxes were part of the celebration!

Mom Logic hosted the birthday festivities and the talented Jenn Sbranti from Hostess with the Mostess helped with the creative planning of it all.
Candy-colored blumeboxes were decorated with stickers and our patterned ribbons, then filled with assorted candy suckers that made for a very delicious bouquet.
And to top of the colorful “candy land” theme, Jenn wrapped the napkins with our patterned ribbons adding to the very festive soiree!

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Posted on June 10th, 2009 at 5:54 pm
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oh-so-mod black and white centerpieces

For a friends 39-again birthday party we wanted to create a modern contemporary table setting and because this wasn’t her first 39th birthday party, we wanted to keep the cost per centerpiece to a reasonable level.

This mod inspired centerpiece was a cinch to create. We started with a black 4” cube ($3.50ea) and adhered our eco-friendly printed ribbons ($1.99 per centerpiece) to each side giving it a crisp boost of contemporary style. Using black and white bird blumebud place card holders ($9/6-pack) adds a classic and personal touch.

Adding lots of greens to these centerpieces also allowed us to minimize the number of flowers required yet still creates a colorful centerpiece.  In this case we allowed each of the guests to take the centerpieces home to enjoy as a party favor, but maybe we should have folded them up and used them for her 39th again party next year…

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Posted on June 10th, 2009 at 5:17 pm
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This contrast of red and black is striking and is perfect for a wide variety of parties. Shown here was a design Lemiga Events used for a Casino Night soiree.

To get a similar look, start with a 6″ black blumebox and wrap with decorative ribbon for a little splash of color. A monochromatic palette using a variety of different flowers creates a pulled-together look that still has interesting diversity. Add a few sprigs of greenery, and the end result is really stunning. The perfect floral centerpiece for your next casino theme party or event.

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Posted on June 10th, 2009 at 4:43 pm

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