Sunday, March 1, 2009

bouquet give away ....





thats right studio stems is giving some bouquets away .... here are the details....

as a designer i get cravings to do certain things. sometimes i get to do those things with clients, other times its a bit too edgy for clients. i recently attended a design class and realized that i want/need to do some things that i have been dreaming up artisticaly. i have about 6 designs in mind. they range from a more traditonal feel with a twist to very edgy. i want to GIVE them away for COST ONLY. this means you would be getting bouquets from studio stems, from me ... for $30-$200 that would normally be $150-$500. here are the rules ...

1.If your an exisiting client and your designs are done you cannot apply, if your designs are not done and your an existing client you can apply. otherwise this is open to any and all brides for bridal sitting bouquets or wedding day bouquets.
2. color schemes are available to be customized to you on 5 of the bouquets.
3. i will not divulge designs until we have chatted and i have determined what design would best suit the applicant
4. you must have a professional photographer, that is willing to comp me a disc of images that include the bouquet, or you must own the rights to your disc and allow me to copy your pics for advertising use.
5. you must pay costs up front.

want to apply?

please send this info to info@studiostems.com
Brides name:
Phone:
Email:
Date bouquet is needed:
Target cost price range:
Location of shoot or wedding:
Photographer:
a few descriptive sentences about the mood and style your trying to create with your dress & event would also be helpful!

3 comments:

Darla said...

Holy Moly! I cant even imagine how creative you can be when your unrestricted. Someone is about to hit the jackpot!

Engrained Emotions said...

you are so amazing. makes me want to get married....ok not really. but i adore you.

please can we get together?

Adizat said...

I am loving those composite flowers. The black bouquet handle is quite. What is it called?