Post # 1
So I fell in love with this tulip boquet. I have similar bridesmaid dresses and loved the green leaf and white flower look. My mom mentioned that tulips might wilt and this picture shows the tulips upside down so, it’s hard to tell. My question is, has anyone used all tulips in their boquets? How did they hold up? I’d love if you posted some pictures!!
how do you feel about this?
Post # 3
i didn’t use tulips for my wedding, but i remember my florist saying he doesn’t recommend them. i think he said they droop/wilt pretty quickly.
Post # 4
I love tulips but they are kind of heavy and sensitive. If you love the look, why not get some real touch (fake) tulips? I’ve seen some that look great.
Post # 5
I had tulips, and they were still going strong a few days later, mine were tight in a bouquet though
Post # 6
@applecore: do you have pictures? My florist said he has done them before, but I don’t know if I’d like them tight together as I haven’t seen a picture of them like that. Looking for other white and green boquet options or something that would look good with plum dresses.
My dress is white.. So creams and lavenders are kind of out.
Post # 7
Tulips are highly sensitive flowers.. buuuuuttttt…. They are absouletly BEAUFITUL. So, if you are willing to coddle your boquet a bit, go for it!
(or perhaps use real-touch fake flowers?)
Post # 8
I’ll let you know in about 10 days. I am using white tulips and blue delphinium for my bouquet. Tulips have always been my favorite flower, so I had to have them. I’ll report back with pictures after the wedding 🙂
Post # 9
Here you go, they were tightly bunched together, but I loved them
Post # 10
@Ice_cream: thats what my mother told me too they wilt fast but im going to have a few in my boquet ; ) they look beautiful when they open