DIY Flower Resources
Bloom Culture isn’t in the business of trying to convince couples to DIY their weddings. We are in the business of empowering you! If you are here and you’re wondering if this is a good fit, here are some resources to get you started.
We have partnered with these companies to help you save $$$ on some of your wedding needs!
Why we support them: Customers can shop their website and save money on sending invitations to their guests. The company sources creative content from independent artists and sells the content in form of home decor, art, stationery directly to their customers.
Their website service makes it easy for customers to design, print, and send invitations at a lower more affordable price than most other stationery providers.
Why we support them: This is an AMAZING wedding re-sale app. You can purchase gently used wedding items through this app and sell them again! We save you💲and help make you💲after the wedding day!
My Wedding Favors
Why we support them: My Wedding Favors strives to help brides and grooms prepare for their special day.This company has become popular because brides and grooms are always looking for the perfect way to thank their guests. The Team at my Wedding favors search the world for artists and artisans to find elegant favors brides and grooms can give to their guests.
Customers who want to find the perfect wedding and bridal reception favors, wedding accessories, groomsmen gifts, and bridesmaids gifts can find unique ideas with them.
SOUTHERN WEDDINGS SHOP
Why we support them: Southern Weddings Shop is helping people preserve the best of the past while focusing on the true heart of a wedding. They understand that Southern brides want to cultivate a life full of love, which encompasses the celebration of their families. Not spending time focusing on trends, that do NOT matter. Their goal is to help brides create a meaningful wedding that helps create a meaningful beginning to married life.
RENT MY WEDDING
Why we support them: The company was started when the owner was planning her wedding. She noticed that everything pertaining to the word “wedding” was followed by a high price tag. After doing searches via forums and the Internet, she realized there was a ton of interest in “bride-sharing.”
She decided to purchase all the items herself and “rent” out the items to recoup her costs. Her website makes it easy for people to rent uplighting, decor, photobooth, linens and backdrops, and special effects for their wedding events.