MOTHER OF INVENTION...
A mothers frustration was
the spark of a flourishing business based in Pennsylvania.
Rosemary Vitalune & JM
Mom invented Bouquet Display. Rosemary Vitalune, the mother
of seven daughters. Yes! You read that right SEVEN DAUGHTERS. Bouquet Display is her
greatest achievement. She would disagree and say eighth greatest. Okay, I agree with her
after all she is my mom. She creates bridal bouquets and spends hours on them only to have
them thrown on the table and has had a few destroyed during the reception. Even before the
bouquet toss. Can you imagine the tragedy? Determined to display the bouquets and protect
them, she thought of the idea for Joni's wedding (daughter #5). Joni's bouquet was under
the candelabra and wax dripped all over it. Mom had to do something. After many hours of
experimenting, she made the first display with a heavy metal c-clamp welded together with
curtain rings. She used the product for the first time at Linda's wedding (the youngest
daughter), with no mishaps, an incredible display of flowers, and rave reviews. Other
mothers, fathers and daughters must agree with mom. Along with myself, Jill (daughter #2),
we have sold thousands and thousands of Bouquet Displays all over the world.
Sweet Memory of Lillian Rosemary Vitalune, May 12,
Epcot Science Expo - Inventor Award
Lawrence A. Goffney - Deputy
Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks (top)
Joyce Vitalune DeCamillo (left), Rosemary Vitalune (center), JM Vitaluna