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Frost warning 

Embrace sparkle by giving your winter wedding bouquet a touch of ice.

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MEGA MIX
Kenda Riles knocked it out of the park with her festively coloured bouquet that’s rustic with a hint of glimmer.

Irises | 1534 Queen Street, 422-4244 | irisesflowers.ca

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WHITE OUT
Pauline Pilcher added subtle shine with ribbon, silver and pearlescent beads, plus this vintage brooch---it’s something blue, too!

Pilcher’s Flowers | 2778 Windsor Street, 455-3120 | pilchersflowers.com

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MERRY AND BRIGHT
Brooches in your bouquet are all the rage, that’s why Pauline Pilcher iced this bold bunch of roses with a wonderfully wintery snowflake pin, and just enough gem to make each flower pop.

Pilcher’s Flowers | 2778 Windsor Street, 455-3120 | pilchersflowers.com

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