National ways of treatment

Very effective at flu are such national methods:
1. Ingredients:
3 tablespoons of flowers of a camomile pharmaceutical;
3 tablespoons of leaves of watch three-leaved;
3 tablespoons of a grass of a centaury;
3 tablespoons of a grass of elder grassy.


To mix all ingredients. Four tablespoons of this mix to fill in 700 ml of boiled water and to put for night. To sustain minutes 15 on a water bath in the morning, to accept on a glass 3 times a day. Thus it is obligatory to observe a bed rest. Besides, before going to bed adults can drink 100 grams of warm vodka, with the honey added to it or Generic Diflucan online.

Generic Diflucan
Infusion from a cornflower. Make 2 tablespoons of a cornflower blue one glass of boiled water. Let all this will stand at least 3 hours then filter. Drink the turned-out infusion for three receptions for day.
Camomile pharmaceutical. Prepare a bathtub. For this purpose take 400 grams of dry inflorescences of a camomile and fill in all with 10 liters of boiled water. Let it will be drawn hour one and a half then filter and pour out in a bathtub. 10-15 minutes – procedure duration. Thus water temperature has to be 35-37 degrees.

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Elsa & Andrew

We’re so excited to have booked Elsa and Andrew’s bright and beautiful, elegant wedding for the summer of next year! It’s going to be simply lovely. Welcome to the Simple Bouquets family!!!

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Let’s Tango!

Do you feel it? Do you LOVE it? Does it zappp you right out of those winter blues?

Or are you left wondering what to DO with it.

Let’s take a look at a fabulous website we found that helps.

And here is what they are showing for color combos of Tangerine Tango.

But the really REALLY fabulous thing about this site is how you can make your own color themes.

So what if you don’t see them here?
You can do what you want.
Be creative.
Be inspired.

Simple Bouquets Tangerine Tango wedding day tip:

Try MAC ‘s eye shadow in “Paradisco”. We’ve never found a pretty girl this DIDN’T look amazing on!

look fabulous on practically everyone!



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Booking Your Preferred Wedding Vendors

Booking Your Preferred Vendors


As we near the end of our wedding season and are contemplating next year’s vision we are cognizant of the future brides and grooms to come. We have met and had relationships this past year with some of the most delightful couples! We are blessed. Before we launch this blog’s topic we just want to say thank you. Thank you for making Simple Bouquets a well known name. Thank you for putting your trust in us. And most of all thank you for sharing your most special day with us. We cherish all those great memories! Because of your support we have gotten too big to be operating as a private studio. So we have opened a brand new retail space in the historic mill building, at:

Riverfront Place
322 W. Main Street
Tilton, NH

We hope you will stop by and say hello!

A while ago as we began to book weddings pretty steadily into 2012 we overheard a conversation between the director of a venue and a potential couple concerning their wedding date, as we were setting up a wedding. Apparently the couple had inquired about their date at which time they were told it was available at that particular venue. Now months later as they decided to book that date it was no longer available. It was a real problem for this couple as much of their planning had been done with the venue in mind.

We would like to urge you all, as you contemplate your chosen wedding vendors. If you have your heart set on a particular vendor, whether it be Simple Bouquets or any other vendor, please book your date with them as soon as you know. Otherwise your date may be taken by someone else before you get there. We have had this happen in our own business as well. Please remember that we have a very limited wedding season here in New Hampshire. That means the preferred dates fill up very quickly.  And if you prefer your wedding date chances are so do many other couples. There are only so many really good wedding vendors around. But there are also some pretty spectacular artists in their craft here, I can tell you from experience.

And please…if you choose Simple Bouquets and we are already booked, for your date,  I will happily refer you to some of the finest of my sister florists in New Hampshire. So please don’t be afraid to ask me for a recommendation. I will be happy to send you on to someone else who does beautiful work should we be already booked.

Book your date as soon as you can. Simple Bouquets has 12 weekends already booked for next season. We want to serve your wedding, too. But you have to make your appointment for your consultation now, to get your booking in before the holiday engagement rush.

Happy planning until next time!


Simple Bouquets
Senior Designer

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Crafting Your Own Event

As couples come to us for guidance we see a common thread we’re people feel a little stuck in their wedding planning. Crafting a theme or a feel for their event. Maybe you don’t already know that you want your even to be based around a bird or butterfly theme. Maybe you need some help in finding some continunity in your wedding so  that everything come together and it all fits.

Here are a few ways to get a good start.

1) Find a color you absolutely love. Now everything doesn’t have to be in that color (nor should it). But perhaps you should have shades of that color and a contrasting color to make that one pop! For instance you love deep rich purple. You can use that color and accent it with a contrasting color to show off the richness of the purple like tropical coral or lime green or even lemon yellow. Can you picture it?

2) Clip a scene. Find a photo in a magazine. It need not be (and shouldn’t, actually) anything wedding related. It could be a frosty winter sleigh ride scene or a cozy den with red and orange silk pillow and low tables on the floor. Anything that makes you think…Oooooh!!! I want to BE there! This might become your inspiration. Don’t think your vendors cannot work with what you’ve chosen because your professionals are creative and inspired to create new and challenging events. We love this!

3) Chose some adjectives. This is the fun part. Sit down with your fiancé and a thesaurus and make a list of at least twenty descriptive words that would describe your event. Tell what it would look like and feel like to your guests. When they leave your guests will say John and Mary’s wedding was so…….(fill in the blank). And don’t  just stop at “fun”. Everyone wants their event to be fun. That’s a given. But some other words might be….elegant…trendy…romantic….eclectic….classic….hospitable…..whimsical…casual….contemporary. You get the picture. Then build on those words. Once you have the words now everything you buy and order can be looked at with the most discerning eye. IS this really in the “trendy” style? Or does this have more of an “elegant” feel? If it doesn’t fit your style keep looking. Something else will!

photo by Rodeo & Co

4) Remember, it’s all in the details. Sometimes people will hire a professional and eliminate the need for half of the important things. Occassionally we find a couple that orders tons of flowers for the ceremony (bouquets, urn flowers, trellis, chairs, potted plants) and hardly any for the reception. We try to help them see the big picture from their guests viewpoint. They’ll come into the venue and see a sea of white tablecloths with white dinnerware and a white candle in the center of the table. What was warm and beautiful has turned clinical and stiff.  Where did all the color, beauty and warmth  go? What used to be a tropical wonderland 15 minutes ago has turned into a bland, boring scene. Awkward conversation begins over a stark table and this is how we want our reception? I don’t think that’s what we want. In your mind’s eye look around the room. Where do you see the details need to be? Guest tables, place card table, foyer/entrance, guestbook table, and very important but most often forgotten, the bar. There are two things people are looking


towards when they are seated…the bar and the food. You need to make sure those stations are attractive and welcoming.

5) A theme. Do you love birds, butterflies, boats, frogs, princesses, nests, birch, sea shells, zen gardens, red lanterns, forests, books, etc.? You can craft your wedding around a single theme. You can bring it into the flowers, the favors, the vows, the décor, the linens….all over. Just remember, sometimes less it more. You don’t want to do the same thing everywhere. Maybe if you love nests, for instance, two love birds as toppers would be suitable on your wedding cake. And maybe robin’s egg blue would be a great color for your table cloths. THEN you can use your bird’s nest favors. It all fits together. If you used nest tablecloths, nest topper and nest favors….well that’s too much.  Can you envision it?

photo by Boro Creative Imagery

I hope this blog has helped you begin thinking about your own wedding style and how to bring it all together. After all, not everyone needs or wants a wedding planner. You can do this! Trust your professionals to guide you and do your research before you buy. Make your lists and make sure you go nowhere without your trusty planning book.

Thanks for reading!


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