Post # 1
Has anyone used black and white anemones in their wedding? Did anyone purchase silk flower anemones? I’ve talked to several florists in my area and am having a horrible time trying to get these flowers so I think the easiest thing to do would be just to but silk flower anemones and add them to the fresh flower bouquets. I’ve found a few sellers but the color seems to be more of a cream color than a white. My entire wedding is based on these flowers. Someone please HELP!
Post # 3
@Elizabethcg_412: If your wedding is actually in June, then you may be in trouble. Anemones are a winter flower. My wedding is in January, and it won’t be difficult to find them then.
I think you’re right that silk is the way to go. I haven’t had any luck finding silk anemones, either, so all I can say is good luck.
Post # 4
I think silk is probably the way to go. I also wanted Anemones and once I heard they were a winter flower, they were a no-go for me. I’ve found a few paper flower tutorials for flowers that look similar, but none specifically for anemones. If you’re crafty, I would look up a paper poppy tutorial and modify the centre to look like anemone.