Post # 1
I’m having a bad day but looking at the mock-ups for my centerpieces is brightening it a little. I love that we got to see a sample. It was one of the selling points for us honestly, because all the prices we received in Philadelphia were high, but you don’t even see what they will do before the day of.
Sigh…I know they will die and it’s a silly expense but I cannot wait to see these flowers at my wedding.
What do you guys think??
Post # 4
These are absolutely beautiful! Kind of the same look I am going for.
Post # 5
Oh those are soooooooooooooooooooo gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love them!!!! So romantic and beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 6
I adore these, they are so full! I think it is really disappointing more florists don’t do mock-ups, especially when for so many brides the flowers are really important!
Post # 7
Very beautiful! I have to ask because im curious….are they real or silk flowers???
Post # 8
I love it! The little…dangling flower thing-ys are so goregous, they add just enough whimsy to keep the flowers from being up-tight. I’m not usually a fan of white flowers because I think flowers were made bright colors for a reason but these are just so elegant!
Post # 9
@bakerella: Thank you lady! I love them so much. Flowers were the last thing I booked and I couldn’t commit, but the guy I’m working with at the floral company totally got me and what I was going for!
@MissDW: Yes! I am so happy they are full. To be honest the price still kills me and you alwyas wonder, could I have gotten MORE for the price, but I think he was very generous with the flowers and I see very few greens, so I think it is worth it. And you’re totally right. More flower shops should try to do mock ups, at least when they have a deposit from a couple. It put my mind so at ease for this element to be transparent.
@msfuturea: They are real, but when I walked in, all the buds were so perfect, I wondered myself if they are fake. I think my florist did an amazing job, ahhhh.
@chasesgirl: I love bright colors too! But I wanted to go completely opposite for the wedding and do something softer. Funnily enough, I had seen a picture of that hanging stuff (the name escapes me) in a Pinterest board and loveeed it. before I got a chance to even mention that particular element, he said it would go perfectly with what I was describing. So psyched someone got me.
Post # 10
They look so classic and you can tell they’re professionally done! They’re gorgeous. 🙂
Post # 11
- Wedding: July 2012 - woods
i want to know what the hanging green stuff is!!!! So I can steal it of course 🙂
Post # 12
Love them! They look beautiful
Post # 13
@babybird125: Haha, ok so I opened up my quote for you. It’s called hanging green amoranthus. Or Amoranthus.
I love it! Check it out with orchids:
Post # 15
They’re totally gorgeous! 🙂
Post # 16
@bali_y: Thanks ladies. It feels nice after all this crazy obsessing over what I was going for to be approved of by fellow brides.