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PERFETE

10 REASONS TO POSTPONE YOUR WEDDING (INSTEAD OF CANCEL)

Thursday, April 9, 2020

#9 You deserve it.

“We are recommending all of our spring Brides to reschedule rather than cancel. Life will {hopefully soon} go back to normal and you deserve to experience and enjoy all the special details you originally planned for your wedding day! Be sure to understand the rescheduling terms of each of your vendors and select a future date that will allow you to transfer your deposits. At Something Borrowed Blooms, we offer our Brides stress-free wedding flower reschedules with NO limitations, restrictions or fees. Our premium rent and return florals arrive directly to Brides three days before the event date and can be ordered in as little as 10 business days in advance!” – Lauren Bercier, Co-Founder, Something Borrowed Blooms

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BANK OF AMERICA

Six Successful Women Entrepreneurs Share Their Secrets

Monday, March 2, 2020

Women entrepreneurs are looking forward to a strong 2020, according to the latest Business Owner Spotlight recently released by Bank of America. In honor of Women's History Month, which celebrates “women’s contributions to America and the world,” we asked several women business owners to share their stories and best tips.

MEET THE FOUNDERS

Lauren Bercier and Laken Swan — Something Borrowed Blooms, a Rent and Return Floral Company specializing in premium silk flowers. “We create on-trend wedding flower collections and rent them to couples saving them up to 70%!” Started 2015

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GREEN WEDDING SHOES

What to Rent, Reuse, or Donate for an Eco-Friendly Wedding

Friday, April 24, 2020

You better believe it: you can rent your wedding flowers! Silk blossoms that look just like the real thing are on the rise. Check out Something Borrowed Blooms. (And if you'd rather have real blooms, don't worry! There are still ways to have eco-friendly wedding flowers....more on that in a bit.)

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As Seen on The Knot.com - January 01, 2018

Tuesday, January 7, 2020



WeddingWire

2018 Couples' Choice Award

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Congratulations to this year's winners! The WeddingWire Couples' Choice Awards recognize local wedding professionals who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness, and professionalism. Winners are determined by the reviews from more than one million WeddingWire couples.


Martha Stewart Weddings

Experts Weigh In on Your Most-Pressing Wedding Planning Dilemmas

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Your wedding flowers comprise a large chunk of your budget, which is why many modern couples are turning towards a faux alternative. Lauren Bercier and Laken Swan, co-founders of Something Borrowed Blooms, are catering to these duos by offering up high-quality, on-trend silk florals (like peonies!) that fall within your budget. Another advantage? "Saving on the flower budget allows brides to reallocate funds to more tangible or memorable experiences—like the honeymoon!" say Bercier and Swan. If you're intrigued by the idea of lifelike, low-cost florals, but can't give up the idea of fresh blooms, consider working silk buds into arrangements you and your guests won't directly engage with, like centerpieces, aisle displays, or hanging installations.

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POP SUGAR

7 Ways to Make Your Wedding Eco-Friendly

Saturday, June 2, 2018

"It sounds crazy, but look into renting silk flowers (seriously). As a bride, you are able to get the expensive peonies, delicate ranunculus, anemones that are out of season, and the ever impossible to find magnolia at a fraction of the cost. One site to try is Something Borrowed Blooms, which hand selects high-quality silk flowers based on wedding trends and delivers them right to your doorstep."

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Mistakes Make Magic

Growing a Product-Based Business

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Choosing florals for a wedding can be a stressful and expensive step in planning a wedding. Lauren and Laken wanted to offer another option to brides. After being inspired by the idea behind, Rent the Runway, Lauren and Laken came up with Something Borrowed Blooms. Once they had the idea, they flew to New York to find premium silk flowers at a wholesale price. Then created their first five collections of wedding bouquets, boutonnieres and other wedding florals. Once the collections were created, they showcased them on their website and had their first wedding three months later!

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DAILY ADVERTISER

Something Borrowed Blooms, Junior Achievement's 2018 Start-Up of the Year

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Something Borrowed Blooms has been chosen as Startup of the Year by Junior Achievement of Acadiana 21st Business Hall of Fame

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Experts Weigh In on Your Most-Pressing Wedding Planning Dilemmas

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

"Your wedding flowers comprise a large chunk of your budget, which is why many modern couples are turning towards a faux alternative. Lauren Bercier and Laken Swan, co-founders of Something Borrowed Blooms, are catering to these duos by offering up high-quality, on-trend silk florals (like peonies!) that fall within your budget. "