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Awesomely Manly Boutonniere’s

Ok! Just how adorable are these?  Wait, I mean how Awesomely Manly are these. 

All right it’s his day too….Wouldn’t he just flip when he saw his own personalized boutonniere…Something that shows his style! 

I love these…and what and awesome conversation piece!

Fritts Rosenow Bespoke Boutonniere’s

 

Love = PomPoms

Me of course being naturally drawn to these because of the color and texture. Paper lanterns have been in for a few years but I find these to be a better alternative. They are lightweight great eye catchers and can come in every shade you can imagine. Cluster a whole bunch in a group hanging at all different heights, hang them in trees (as long as the weather service says no rain in the forecast) string a line them with fishing line hang from ceiling or from the backs of chairs. How adorable to use one of these little cutes as a napkin holder. The possibilities are endless!!  Cute, Cute, Cute!!

 I found these at  Etsy…search out Pom Poms.

Brett Leemkuil Design

One of my life time passions has been flowers, with my education being in the horticulture field, I am always drawn back to my first love so when I was chatting away with Brett the other day, I could tell he has a great sense of style and a love for what he does, it he is also fun witted and engaging. Brett has an incredible creativity that shines in his arrangements, as you will see below. Brett, has now returned to the Green Bay area full time after working in New York and California , with great excitement and passion he has launched the New Brett Leemkuil Design. His goal is not only to provide a distinct point of view through design but also to utilize a budget to its fullest potential, thus creating a seamless, well thought out event for his clients.

You you would be uber smart to choose Brett for your floral needs, no matter how big or small. I know he’s going to be my new go to guy for all my brides floral design needs



                   Brett Leemkuil Design