(Closed) Alternative Bouquets

posted 3 years ago in Flowers
Post # 16
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2018

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michelleh0686 :  They do take a lot of work. If I knew that from the start, I may have done something differently. I think if you have a small bridal party it wouldn’t be too bad, but mine is quite large. I’m pretty much a pro at this point though! Another option is the rolled roses. Those are so easy and quick to do, and the result is quite wimsical. I almost did those, and now I wish would have!

Post # 17
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Helper bee

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longtobee :  my friend used to that same idea! The bridesmaid bouquets were all paper flowers, made from old sheet music. Her bouquet was a combination of red roses, greenery, and more paper flowers. It turned out gorgeous.

Post # 19
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Busy bee

I did chicken feathers. A lot from my own roosters…

Post # 20
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Helper bee

Wow, the sola wood flowers are beautiful! I had planned to carry a Japanese folding fan, but might consider now…

Post # 22
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2018

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bethio :  I adore them! And my little sister is excited to have her boquet “forever and ever.” 

Post # 24
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I’ve never used Sola Wood Flowers, but I was in a wedding a couple of years ago that used Eco Flower. Unfortunately, Eco Flower has since gone out of business, but the quality was amazing and the flowers were absolutely beautiful. I still have my bridesmaids bouqet and keep it in a vase in my house. I’ve heard that Sola Wood Flowers are pretty much exactly the same, so while I haven’t use that company specifically, I think they would be a great choice!

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