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Making a bouquet seems simple enough: throw a few stems together and wrap a ribbon around 'em, right? Not exactly. Blooms often prove to be an unruly bunch, and taming them takes proper-placement tips and the knowhow to make intentional combinations. Since it's the height of wedding season, we turned to floral-design master Taylor Patterson, owner of Fox Fodder Farm in Brooklyn, for a quick tutorial on bangin' bridal bouquets.
She broke down the basics with step-by-step instructions for two in-season arrangements: one romantic and the other a free-spirited sensibility. Of course, you don't have to be slipping on a wedding band this summer to make them. A vase will do just fine.
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Add Colorado to your bucket list immediately. Already been there? You're going to want to go back. Home to some of the most impressive mountains in the country, the state certainly knows how to take advantage of winter weather. Whether you choose to strap on your skis, hop on a snowmobile, or just shop and sip your way read