Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 18:07:57 PM. . By Sonja Summers.
Taking flowers out from their natural ambience into other areas of human proximity calls for skill and expertise. Fragile shelf life imposes precise timing and clarity of purpose in the use of cut flowers. Heat, weight, moisture, packaging and deft handling can all dictate flower longevity.
Have fun ladies, and gentelmen of course! I almost forgot, try improvising with bagged cotton candy, butterscotch , make a retro bouquet with retro candy, use some candy sand, ice candy, makeyour own candy, bitter chocolate for grownups or milk chocolate for little ones! Why not try and make a Swiss chocolate bouquet or a Belgian one, with their brands so you can all try some new stuff. Thats all from me! Hope youll have fun! Cheers
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