Take the Stress Out Of Ordering Wedding Flowers With Claire Rathbun Floral Wedding Collections

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Because Claire Rathbun Floral has developed a “build your own collection” wedding floral offering. This service is perfect for the smaller, more intimate weddings that have become so fashionable lately. These wedding collections are also for the couple who values ease and simplicity in ordering, yet still wants luxury when it comes to florals.

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Wedding floral collections take the stress out of ordering wedding flowers...there is no ‘overwhelm’ due to too many choices. They have carefully curated a menu of popular items including bouquets & boutonnieres, corsages, centerpieces, cake flowers, etc. The menu is limited and is designed to provide the most impact for your day.

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These wedding collections are perfect for couples who love the look of the Claire Rathbun Floral design style, but are happy to leave the details to the designers - there's no need for a formal consultation. Simply submit your order online and they'll touch base closer to your event to confirm delivery details and timing.

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Who is this service best suited for?

These wedding collections are most appropriate for couples looking for a seamless solution and are happy to leave the design details to the experts.

Why is the menu limited?

Their menu includes the most popular wedding flower items. They also know these items, created in the Claire Rathbun style, provide the most impact and best value.

What color palettes are available?

Claire Rathbun Floral has curated a very special collection of four color palettes and will use the best blooms of the season in line with the palette you choose. See their color selections and more information to order at clairerathbun.com.

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Photography by: Rachel Bell Creative, Jacques Manaugh Photography, Amy K. Abney