Your Ultimate Wedding Butterfly Release!

For Butterfly NJ Memories that will Last a Lifetime!
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!!!  Bring great joy and special memories with a live monarch butterfly release at your Wedding or Special Gatherings.  A butterfly release NJ adds a unique and memorable touch to a wedding, funeral or memorial service, or other events.  Include your guests or special family members in a Wish carried to the heavens by one or dozens of majestic Monarch butterflies.  A butterfly release New Jersey is a simple, affordable and unforgettable memory which is quite easy to accomplish.  Just open the envelopes or box with the butterflies and make sure the cameras are ready!  A Butterfly release NJ is the perfect video and photo opportunity!
The delicate butterfly has long been symbolic of freedom, transformation, love and new life or the beginning of a new journey.  The elegant Monarch butterfly is friendly and graceful.  During the butterfly release nj, the delightful Monarch butterflies allow your guests to interact with them.  A beautiful butterfly release is a wonderful way to capture a special place in the hearts and memories of all your guests attending your special big day!
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Butterfly Legend
According to a Native American Legend, if you have a secret wish, find a butterfly and whisper your wish to it.  When you gently release the butterfly, it will carry your wish to the Great Spirit.  By setting the butterfly free, you are helping to restore the balance of nature, and your wish will surely be granted.  Since a butterfly can make no sound, the butterfly cannot reveal the wish to anyone but the Great Spirit who hears and sees all.
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Butterfly Poem
Butterfly Wish
Whisper your secret wish to a butterfly
and it will carry your desire to great Spirit to be granted.
Having given this sweet creature to the Universe,
your wishes will be fulfilled in return
They believe the wings must connect at the heart for the butterfly to fly and live.
Real life occurs because of the interaction of the wings.
The life is the butterfly’s heart.
Life, like the butterfly’s heart, is kept alive by the two opposing,
mirroring twin-like wings.
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Ways to Volunteer – Help the Monarch Butterfly
Let’s keep our skies filled with Nature’s color!
Start a butterfly garden in your yard or neighborhood. Free Milkweed Seeds at
Make a donation and get seeds for friends, family and new acquaintances and get them involved in your campaign. (Everyone loves Butterflies!)
Actively protect young caterpillars on your plants or participate in custodial breeding of butterflies attracted to your new garden or Butterfly preserve.
Conduct a fundraiser to collect money to purchase; seed packs to give away, plants to create Butterfly preserves, Eggs . . . Caterpillars . . . Adult Butterflies to boost your local populations and establish new colonies in your area. (Garage sale, Bake sale, Walk-at-thon, Community cleanup. . . every dollar goes a long way!)
Contact local media and inform them about your efforts and endeavors to create awareness and inspire others to act by your example. (With school projects or community efforts one call is usually all it takes to get your photo in the paper!)
Think of creative ways to spread the word and let us know about your results to inspire others into taking action and responsibility for our environment.
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You could send this story to someone:
A true story about an amazing butterfly named Manny
It was a brisk bright morning when Manny the Monarch first broke through his chrysalis and entered this world as a butterfly.  Manny like many of his brothers and sisters who had emerged from their clear cases the morning before, took several minutes to crawl out and pump up his still tiny wings.  As he hung beneath the empty chrysalis he looked around at the familiar world but he was now very different.  I know, I was there protecting him from harm.  I raise Monarch butterflies.
During his life as a caterpillar Manny had a voracious appetite for all that was familiar in his little world of the milkweed plant on which he fed, and fed he did . . . growing 2800 times his original size in just 18 days.  The drive to wander off as a mature caterpillar and find a quiet place to change into something new was overwhelming and took him high above the garden to a twig where he suddenly stopped.  Motionless, he watched us below tending to our plants and other caterpillars.  A full day passed and without warning he shed his familiar white, yellow and blacked striped skin and became a jade green, gold rimmed jewel hanging from a silk pad.  Eight days passed.  The time spent locked inside this jewel would magically transform Manny from the crawling caterpillar into a majestic butterfly intent on traveling and finding a suitable mate to continue his life cycle.
Finally he was free of his chrysalis. His large brightly colored wings soon dried . . . off into the air he flew, no more a creature of the ground.  He repeatedly landed on our shoulders and seemed to watch our work with much interest.  Manny was special, not just larger than most of his siblings but very curious and he followed us until dusk, then he found a perch and rested.
Morning came and again Manny was fluttering around us as we planted our previously collected milkweed seed.  As we worked something unexpected happened, some of the silk tufted seeds were carried into the sky by the wind.  Manny instantly flew in their direction, caught one bunch and landed on the place we were planting.  I was stunned.  Could he actually understand what we were doing?  Could he be helping?  We have had many Monarchs that knew to fly to us so we would feed them nectar and even had one amazing Monarch that repeatedly walked to find me after losing part of its wings so I could restore his flight, 3 times!  But never could we imagine a butterfly that understood the importance of planting seeds that would soon feed its young.  Manny gathered 3 separate bunches of seeds from the air then joined the other Monarchs as they chased each other around our citrus trees and then he was gone.
I do not know if Manny was some sort of sign after the terrible tragedy in Mexico during January 2002 where 80% of all the Monarchs froze to death (280 Million) but we planted extra Milkweed and butterfly plants in our yard this year, some 300 plants!  Please plant some seeds and share this true story with as many people as you can.  Together we can make sure butterflies like Miracle Manny and millions of others are around to visit you in your gardens. – Christopher in South Florida

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