Post # 1
So I couldn’t find the majority of flowers from florists. I live in Cyprus and it’s $100 US for one peony stem.
So I had to use what I could find.
I so wasn’t expecting to have fake flowers but it will be better than what they can do here… which isn’t much.
What do you think? Should I add or remove anything. Or perfect as is.
Post # 2
Stunning! Where did you get your flowers, the quality is unreal! I think you need just a bit more greenery to fill it out if you wanted to add anything, but it’s lovely the way it is.
Post # 3
I agree with maybe a bit more greenery but it looks incredible!
Post # 4
keira28 : I love the bouquet, it’s beautiful!! Mine is fake and it’s because I wanted that memorabilia forever–so it sits in a vase on my coffee table 🙂 Good work!!
Post # 5
It’s beautiful but as suggested as little more greenery will make it pop even more.
Post # 6
I love it. You could go bigger with the greenery. I’ve seen some great bouquets like that.
I had mine just rose and peony though and I liked the simplicity.
Post # 7
I like it a lot! I wouldn’t change a thing, but mine didn’t have hardly any greenery- that’s my taste.
Post # 9
They look real!! I also made my bouquet with artifical flowers and even my photographer said they looked like the real thing I think it looks good the way it is but it all depends on the look youre going for. Look on the bright side, atleast with artificial flowers your bouquet will remain fresh-looking forever !!!
Post # 10
That looks awesome! I’ve been looking into a silk flower bouquet because where I want to get married has restrictions on allowed flowers (it’s a national park).
Post # 11
keira28 : That looks amazing! Well done.
Post # 12
I think it’s perfect as is! Mine was fake as well and I have zero regrets. It is now sitting in a vase we got as a wedding gift!
Post # 13
Love it. I like different greenery than you used and a little looser bouquets but it’s gorgeous just how it is.
I looked at my floral proposal and she lists the greenery in my bouquet as “silver dollar, eucalyptus, gunni eucalyptus and fern.” If you are looking for greens to add I thought that might help 🙂