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Welcome to Bridal Blooms & Creations web site. Thanks for taking the time to check out our web site.. We LOVE flowers and making bride's happy. We have enjoyed 25 years in the DFW Wedding and Event industry. We are here to guide you though the process of choosing the freshest most beautiful flowers for your wedding.

Mariah Dobson, BBC's Creative Manager in Dallas will meet with you in our Richardson Design Studio and work with you on developing a design plan for your wedding.

Pamm Meyers, owner and creative sprit lives in Northern New Mexico and is always available to help guide you to keeping your flowers within your budget.

Below is information that may be helpful to you as well as a link to a web site that will help you with your color choices www.yourweddingcolors.net


1. What colors would you like to have in your wedding?

What is your favorite color? What season is your wedding in? Are they're any other colors you want to include in your wedding? The answers to these questions will help you choose the color of your Bridesmaid dresses which will be the anchor color for your wedding.

2. What flowers come in what season?

In today's worldwide flower market, most flowers are available year round. There are a few exceptions. Some bulbs, like daffodil and Iris are only available in early spring. Peony has sporadic availability according to mother nature. Tulips and Hyacinth are generally not available in the warmer months of June-August. Check out www.yourweddingcolors.net under Flowers By Season or check with an experienced floral designer to determine what flowers are best for your wedding.

3. If a flower is out of season, is it going to cost more?

The magic answer to that question is a simple 'No.'. Most flower costs remain the same year round. Some flowers, like Peony will vary on cost as the market makes them available. Lily of the Valley is not easy to obtain and therefor they are more expensive. Roses are more costly in January and February, other than that availability has no real bearing on the cost. Supply and demand are a larger factor.

4. What color flowers are going to look best with the color of your bridesmaid dresses?

5. How can I see what my flowers are going to look like with my dress colors?

For answers to these questions and more information go to www.yourweddingcolors.net