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Alex Alfonso

A BLOGGER BUNCH FOR A SPRING BRUNCH: CANVAS, AND FLOWERS, AND PARFAITS…OH MY!

A BLOGGER BUNCH FOR A SPRING BRUNCH: CANVAS, AND FLOWERS, AND PARFAITS…OH MY!

Last week, I put together a spring brunch for a handful of Atlanta bloggers and Instagrammers, along with my friend Haley from Brewing Happiness. And since yesterday was the first day of spring AND Easter is literally right around the corner, I thought I’d share some photos this morning from the event. It was a ton of fun, and even though I managed to sprinkle some stressful moments in there (what party planning would be complete without it, right?), everything worked out great. It was so nice to see blog buddies that I hadn’t caught up with in a while and make some...

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Ana Segal

Where to buy flowers online for your wedding...

Where to buy flowers online for your wedding...

If you're at all considering doing your own wedding flowers, you may be wondering, “Where is the best place to purchase flowers from for weddings? To help all you budget savvy and DIY friendly brides out, we've put together a great guide to buying our wedding collection that contains: Roses, Callas, Lisianthus and all kind of flowers you can need, also we have a big line of bouquets or centerpieces ready to be used to the best price where inexpensive doesn't mean Cheap

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Maria Fernanda

Keeping our world green

Keeping our world green

The Flower industry in Ecuador employs about 116,000 direct hired employees, of whom 60% are women. Most firms are leaders in the adoption of environmentally friendly and social responsibility practices. The area planted covers approximately 6,150 hectares in eight provinces.

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Maria Fernanda

Farm fresh flowers delivered to your door

Farm fresh flowers delivered to your door

The flowers lighten some of the rough edges of life and make it much more pleasant for many people. But they also keep many people, in many places in the world. In addition to Colombia and Ecuador, in Latin America, Costa Rica and Mexico have recently emerged as global producers and exporters. The next time you buy or give you flowers, look at them and remember how much ingenuity, effort and dedication it took to get you every petal, leaf, stem and even thorn

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