Ring in the new year with 20% off corsages and boutonnieres for your wedding!

Congratulations to all of you newly engaged people out there and thanks to everyone who is thinking about ordering a Princess Lasertron bouquet or boutonniere for their wedding day. In the month of January I’m having a 20% off sale on all of our boutonnieres and corsages to give your wedding party, friends, and family in attendance a little something special. These accessories normally range between $17-40, so a 20% savings can really help all brides on a budget.



I love making custom wedding flowers and accessories. Here’s why.

  • Each flower order is made with vintage vintage buttons, trim, and other ephemera that I have been carefully collecting for six years.
  • I embroider each flower by hand, usually while watching Hulu or during Alice’s naps.
  • My bouquets have come a long way since I first started in 2005–I have learned so much about how to improve the quality and add more personal details that I take a lot of personal pride in.
  • Many of my customers have become close friends. I love to hear about each bride’s continued journey–jobs, houses, children, travel.


Start by filling out our bridal inquiry form so I can learn more about you, your partner, and what I can do to help make one of the biggest milestones in your life even better. You can tell me about the colors that inspire you, share photos to help me visualize your ideal flowers, and even post some of your own small treasures in the mail for me to integrate into your order.

This offer is good for all orders placed in January, so take advantage of it before it’s too late!

xo
meg

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  • Cathy Arts

    Megan I love looking at your work and especially your wonderul choice of colors, buttons and pins. Your stitches are BEAUTIFUL

  • http://brittanclaire.blogspot.com Brittan

    Ok, I submitted another one!

  • http://brittanclaire.blogspot.com Brittan

    I would really like to take advantage of this offer! I filled out a bridal inquiry form a couple months ago and never heard back. Should I try again?

    • http://princesslasertron.com Princess Lasertron

      I did NOT get it! yes, try again.

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