After reading your post about Megan Musschoot from Pistil and Vine I thought maybe you’d be interested in Reenie Rose.
Loreen Hospodar is the artist behind Reenie Rose, a company that provides a modern alternative to traditional bridal bouquet preservation. When a bride decides that she would like to keep the memory of her wedding alive through her bridal bouquet she does not need to dry the bouquet and keep it under a dome. Reenie Rose can paint a modern oil painting that will be a timeless keepsake and a meaningful piece of art for the couple to enjoy in their home. Loreen recently worked with Megan and did an oil painting of one of Megan’s beautiful bouquets for a client of hers.
Reenie Rose will be featured in the January Thursday Therapy http://thursdaytherapy.net/chicago/ and at Indie Wed Chicago
http://indiewed.com/. You can also see Reenie Rose’s portfolio on her website
Thank you and I hope you enjoy her work and this unique concept.
I’m not sure if this is the best way to contact you, but I am currently featured in today’s Meant 2 Be post. Would it be possible for someone to correct my store name to “Roslyn” rather than “Roselyn Boutique?” It is listed incorrectly four times in the article (once at the top, twice in the last paragraph, and in the link section). Thank you so much!!
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