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

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

Tuesday, January 7, 2020



WeddingWire Couples' Choice Award - January 10, 2018

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

WeddingWire Couples' Choice Award - January 10, 2018

As Featured On Martha Stewart Weddings - July 17, 2018

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

As Featured On Martha Stewart Weddings - July 17, 2018

7 Ways to Make Your Wedding Eco-Friendly

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

"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."

Something Borrowed Blooms: Growing a Product-Based Business

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

"Something Borrowed Blooms offers brides a different option for florals through high quality silks. They seek out flowers and design collections that follow the trends and have them delivered all across the country."

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."

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. "

Saying "I Do" To Silk Flowers

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

"Brides (or their family) spent an average of $2,534 on flowers. So, how do you get “Wow"-factor flowers without spending crazy money? A two-woman company in Lafayette is offering a unique solution to keep wedding flower costs low and still offering elegant arrangements that is capturing the attention of women across the country."

HHS Grads' Unique Flower Business Goes International

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

"With business growing and about to make a global leap, Bercier and Swan are glad they had the confidence to make that trip to New York that put them in motion with their own business."