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Your wedding day reflects what is unique about you. The flowers you choose to carry in your bouquet and that you select to showcase at your reception, are part of your story, too.

Make sure they create the picture you want your guests to remember.

Will your favorite flowers be included? What about your favorite colors? Every bride should have arrangements that will add to her happiness.

Henry’s Florist takes the extra time, consulting with brides, listening to their ideas, and then creating personalized pieces that are unique, trendy, and exquisite.

“We make memorable moments of happiness for you and all your guests,” says Peter Giannopoulos, who co-owns the store with his son, Telly.

Often, brides choose to focus on a color theme for their weddings, and floral arrangements can be designed to complement these themes. Henry’s Florist does all this and more. The service extends to the entire planning process. The company can help with lighting, draping, table linens, and chair covers, creating a setting that is color-coordinated, appealing, and personal.

“No detail is too small, and no request is too large,” says Peter.

Flowers provide customized flair, adding elegance to wedding cakes, and to table decorations. Flowers provide the romantic touch to the places where ceremonies are held.

Extend the theme you’ve chosen by remembering the people who are part of your big day. Provide them with boutonnière and corsages that complement the colors and flowers of the affair. It will add to their enjoyment, and make them feel special. It’s little touches like these that create cherished memories.

Brides are invited to come in to Henry’s Florist for a complimentary consultation. If you’re not quite sure what you want, walk through the showroom and see the possibilities. Speak with one of the professional floral designers. If you would like, one of these experts can walk through the reception hall with you, so you can share thoughts and ideas.

When you entrust your wedding day to Henry’s Florist, you are in very capable hands. The company has been brightening people’s lives with beautiful bouquets since 1922. The Giannopoulos family purchased the business in 1975, from the Henry for whom the shop is named. The family decided to keep Henry’s name because it was recognized and respected for such a long time. They take pride that they have enhanced it.

“We are committed to offering you only the finest artistic wedding floral arrangements, backed by service that is friendly and prompt,” says Peter.

The company is proud to help create dream weddings for their clients, and then continue to stay uppermost in their minds, long after the event is over. It’s Henry’s Florist that these same customers call upon to mark memorable occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays, and of course, the arrival of their children.

Their magic touch is evident in every bouquet.

Henry’s Florist [8103 Fifth Ave. between 81st and 82nd streets in Bay Ridge (718) 238–3838, www.HenrysFloristweddingevents.com]. Open Mondays through Saturdays, 9 am–7 pm and Sundays, 9 am–4 pm.

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