Autumn Weddings CONTEST
Show Off Your AUTUMN WEDDINGS
According to The Knot and WeddingWire, October and September are the most popular months for weddings (No. 1 and No. 2, respectively), surpassing June (No. 3) for the past several years! So, we’d love to see your fall wedding work—and share it with our readers!
We’ve created a contest where you can submit photos of your best autumn wedding florals in any or all of four categories:
• Bridal/Bridesmaid Bouquets
• Wearable Flowers (corsages, boutonnieres, hairpieces/headpieces, floral jewelry, etc.)
• Reception Centerpiece/Décor
• Ceremony Décor
(The weddings need to have occurred in September, October or November of 2019 or 2020.)
TO ENTER, visit this link to upload your images and contact information.
Entry deadline is July 31, 2021.
Be sure to provide all of the requested information—and please obtain permission for Florists’ Review to publish any images taken by a professional photographer.
Our panel of judges will select their favorite designs in each category, and we will publish those top designs in our September issue and on our website, FloristsReview.com. We will notify you if your design work is chosen for publication by August 15, 2021.
The winning designers will have their work featured in our September issue and receive a free subscription to Florists’ Review, and the overall winner will receive a 4-page Florist Spotlight feature in an upcoming issue of Florists’ Review.
Upload your photos today, for your chance to show the floral world your winning design work?
Photo: Designer Tami McAllister, Flowers by Tami, Photographer Jaime Smialek, Our Ampersand Photo
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