Doing a *HUGE* flower sale

I’m in the midst of a really exciting redesign and building a new team for Princess Lasertron to take care of all the incoming bridal orders I’ve received for 2013, which is awesome news. After I started Hello Holiday, I sort of let PL go on the backburner, and so I’m eager to rebuild that and I’m grateful that the orders are still coming in–it’s really such an honor to be a part of my customers’ biggest milestones and I just want to keep giving customers what they want, as well as innovating new ideas and designs that people didn’t KNOW they wanted.

So while I’m building new product, I also have some beautiful bouquets in stock that I’m sharing this week at 50% off, perfect for brides, bridesmaids, rehearsal bouquets, or even to show off in a favorite vase to cheer up your desk.

Receive half off of your bouquet purchase at shop.princesslasertron.com With code 50FLOWERS. If you have any questions about any of the bouquets I have in stock I’d love to answer them–they’re all made with the best materials and were created right here in my studio by me. Which you know.

Enjoy your week.

xx

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