Post # 1
hi… i found this and i love them… can you guess what is made off??? …. FEATHERS and they only cost $1 i love them… its soft and pretty and from far it look like a real one. i was thinking of using them for the butonier and the bouquet… what do you think???
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
That’s really pretty! I like it!
Post # 5
Very pretty – I thought it was real!
Post # 7
my mom saids that the bridal bouquet has to be real flowers… you girls think that??
Post # 8
- Wedding: October 2010 - Kindred Oaks, Georgetown
I don’t think that’s true. I’ve seen plenty of non-fresh flower bridal bouquets. I made tissue paper flowers for mine and I think it’ll be just fine. I’ve also seen people with button flowers, fabric flowers and many other materials. I would use what you want to use.
Post # 9
The only reason for the bouquet to be real flowers is because people used to not shower very often and they carried flowers to cover the smell. So there is absolutely no reason for your bouquet to be fresh, as long as you plan to shower within 3-4 days of your wedding.
Post # 10
Pretty! I love that color.
Post # 11
@edb your hilarious … i almost pee myself reading your explanation
Post # 13
Cute! If that’s what you like, go for it!
Post # 14
I saw one of those at the store the other day. They do feel very soft. I told my Fiance to get me one on Valentine’s day. I think they would look very beautiful in your bouquet or as a boutonnière. You should probably buy them now because I they are in stock now for Valentine’s at the dollar tree store.
Post # 15
LOL @ edb! 🙂 I think they a very pretty! I do not think the bouquet has to be real. Pffff! Save some dolla dolla bills.