Planning your Wedding Bouquet and Wedding Flowers for your Wedding is so much fun!
On your Wedding Day, all the beautiful fresh flowers are so pretty and decorative!
If only these flowers could last forever.
Well, we have great news for you!!
We found an amazing alternative to Real and Silk Flowers!
Are you allergic to real flowers? No problem!
Are you concerned that your silk flowers will discolor over time? No problem!
Need your flowers delivered to you at the time you need them? No problem!
We would love to introduce you to Pam Rowley, a certified Deco Clay Instructor and Owner of Bou-Clay Designs!
Deco Clay Flowers are an amazing alternative to Real or Silk Flowers.
According to Pam Rowley, “Deco Clay Craft is a non-toxic clay, light weight, smooth, pliable and dries in just 24 hours. Clay flowers are the eco-friendly alternative to fresh flowers for weddings. Many brides are embracing the clay flower phenomenon. Fresh flowers can be a big wedding expense and clay flowers offer a wonderful and everlasting alternative to fresh flowers for bouquets, cake flowers, hair flowers, favors, centerpieces and more. Clay flowers can also match real flowers in a wedding so keepsake items like mothers corsages and boutonnieres can be made using Deco Clay.”
Her studio is located in Greenfield, Indiana. She has helped many happy Brides created their Wedding Flowers: Bridal Bouquets, Boutonnieres, Cake Toppers, Table Décor, Flower Arrangements, and so much more!
Pam will meet with you virtually or in person to learn your ideas of flowers for your Wedding. She can match any color you need. She can add special customized touches like adding your pup to your Cake Topper! She will prepare a sample of the flowers before your Wedding Day and show them to you!
Pam also offers super fun classes!
She recently had a class of a Bride and her Bridesmaids. They made their own Deco Succulents! Each person made 3 Succulents for the Wedding. The Succulents were used for decorating the tables at the reception and looked gorgeous!
All the Flowers in our pictures here are Deco Clay Flowers!
Aren’t they gorgeous?
Which flowers are your favorite?
We would love to know!
To learn more about Pam Rowley, please visit her website: www.artistpamrowley.com
She can also be reached at:
Artist Pam Rowley
Blog by: Nicole Williams, 1-20-21 – TTR Member, Carmel Networking Partners – from www.IndyBride2B.com – Wedding Wednesday – How to have your wedding bouquet and wedding flowers last forever!
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