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Flower Power: The Bride’s Flower
How-to Guide
by LDS Living Staff

If you're planning a wedding this spring, you've probably got flowers on the brain, along with a few other things. So here's a guide to help you choose what kind of flowers you'll have and who'll wear them.

Every bride knows how essential flowers are to her wedding. The trick is knowing how to choose flowers that will create the look and feel you would like your wedding to portray. Here are some helpful tips for choosing the perfect flowers.

Flowers Should Accent the Bride

Your choice of flower color and type depend particularly on your gown and you. The bridal bouquet is an important feature of your wedding, but as important as it is, be careful to select one that does not take the focus away from you. Your frame and size will determine how big your bouquet is and what type of bouquet you select.

Standard bouquet styles are called nosegay, hand-tied, and cascade.

Nosegay bouquets are round clusters of flowers. These are very popular and can vary in tone of formality depending upon the flowers used. The stems are usually mounted in a small metal or glass cone-shaped holder.

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Business with a Friend?

just began a business with a friend. I know he’s honest and a hard worker, but I’m still a little scared that everything will fall apart and we’ll walk away mad at each other.

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Why be Normal?
I’ve been trying to talk my husband out of going into debt to pay for things for years now. His idea is that debt is normal and there’s nothing wrong with it, as long as we can afford the monthly payments. I’d rather invest the money instead of giving it to creditors.

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6 Tips for Beating the Baby Blues

According to Depression After Delivery, inc., approximately 75 percent of mothers experience postpartum blues. These suggestions can help new mothers avoid the pitfalls of this common condition:

· Eat well.
· Avoid caffeine and sleep medications.
· Spend time in sunlight. Sunlight will feel good and may also decrease the possibility of seasonal affective disorder.
· Get adequate sleep and rest.
· Exercise regularly.
· Take time for yourself. Get help with the baby when needed. Don’t try to do it all on your own.


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