Working Designer Wednesday: Bella Bouquets Book Giveaway

I can’t tell you how excited I am today…my friend, Alicia, from Bella Fiori and Flirty Fleurs is giving an autographed copy of her book Bella Bouquets to one lucky Botanical Brouhaha reader…

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Are you familiar with Alicia’s floral design company, Bella Fiori? If not, I’d be happy to introduce you!  Here are a  few of my favorite Bella Fiori designs…

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Alicia also writes a floral design blog called Flirty Fleurs with Chuck Graham (Lead wedding & event designer at Brown Palace Flower Shop).  I’m sure most of you are aware of their amazing blog…it’s full of inspiring photos and helpful discussions for floral designers. And, in addition to Alicia’s floral design talent, she is one of the kindest designers I’ve met. She has a deep love for the profession and a heart for seeing other designers succeed…and you know how that touches me!

For a chance to win the autographed copy of Bella Bouquets, please leave a comment at the end of this post by noon (CDT) on Friday…yes, that’s Good Friday. I’ll announce the winner, chosen by random drawing, on Friday afternoon. Good Luck!

And, thank you, Alicia!

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19 thoughts on “Working Designer Wednesday: Bella Bouquets Book Giveaway

  1. Mimi

    Alicia’s floral design work is very beautiful. I love their blog, Flirty Fleurs and would love a copy of their book to add to my floral design library.

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  2. bloom boxx

    I would love to have this book! Of these stunning photos featured here, I’m particularly drawn to the purple/blue cascading bouquet and the gorgeous archway including chandelier!

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  3. Tracy Huntley

    What a wonderful gift!!! And thank you, Amy, for introducing me to Flirty Flowers from your Blog List- such an easy way to check out many beautiful and inspiring blogs!
    Tracy @ Springwell Gardens

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  4. Lisa

    Being newer to the design field, I am always on the lookout for informative, beautiful and fun sites to explore. Botanical Brouhaha is one of my favorite places to visit. I visited Alicia’s blog today for the first time (because of this post) and know I will go back again. I would love to add her book to my growing design library.

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  5. Margaret in Austin

    Thank you Amy and Alicia! I found botanical brouhaha through Flirty Flowers several years ago, y’all two along with Holly Chapple’s blog are my daily triumvirate of floral goodness. Today is my b-day and I want that book! 🙂

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