Our experience as a florist to Boracay-based events gives us different challenges every time. For this wedding, we had to make sunflower bouquets and ship them a day ahead of schedule. Since we haven't really done that before, we thought the sunflowers will have sustained some degree of damage by the time they got to the island, but lo and behold! Thanks to this pretty SDE, we saw that everything turned out to be alive and well.
We sincerely pray and hope for the same thing for all the weddings we work on on the island. ^_^
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