Post # 1
I recently purchased our flowers, which really excites me since our wedding is 2.5 weeks away. I opted for dried flowers to kind of tie in with our country rustic fall theme. Here’s what we got!
Post # 3
very pretty and definitely autumnal!
Post # 4
Those are so pretty! I love the idea of using dried flowers
Post # 5
Those are so beautiful!!! Did you arrange them yourself?
Post # 7
Gorgeous. May I ask how sturdy they seem? I mean do they seem very fragile/crumbly? I’ve considered using dried flowers but I’m worried about how they’ll hold up in transit.
Also, where did you get them? Thanks!
Post # 9
I purchased them off of etsy from theflowerpatch, she has some really beautiful things.
I haven’t recieved them yet, I did ask how sturdy they are and was told I shouldnt have a problem with them being crumbly, I will let you know when I get them though.
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
The look gorgeous!! Looking forward to hearing about the quality when you receive them 🙂
Post # 11
So I got the flowers and they are very sturdy! I am surprised how well they held up through shipping too.
Post # 12
Your flowers are lovely!
I used a dried bouquet for my wedding and I loved it… LOVED it. So much so that it is in a jar next to our bed and I never plan to move it. I got mine from etsy too and it was fairly sturdy. I don’t know if I would trust it through a bouquet toss or anything, but it survived a day outside, countless people touching it to see if it was real, I had a few small buds fall off but nothing that I didn’t expect
Post # 13
I don’t plan on doing the whole bouquet toss at all, so we don’t have to worry about that.
Post # 14
Aaahhh, I love these so much! Why am I not getting married in the fall so I can use them, too? Grrr!
Post # 15
Ohhhh, I like those special colors of them!
Post # 16
Beautiful! I have a large dried flower arrangement the FI got me when we first moved to Seattle and visited Pike Place.