Post # 1
A little nervous using fake flowers…but thought maybe could use these for bm bouquets and then my bouquet could be fresh flowers. This is my first one….still need to tie. Think going to tie using chocolate brown satin ribbon. Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses are going to be chocolate brown. Let me know what ya think….or if ya’ll have any pointers…
Post # 3
They look wonderful!!!
They do look a little big in the pictures though.
Post # 4
Thanks for your input….I need all the help I can get:) They didn’t seem too big in person….but I’m going to check with others….you might be right…Might have it a little big for bridesmaids. Thanks girl…..I’m going to do my research on that! 🙂
Post # 6
Pretty! I have heard that when making bouquets, add flowers in odd numbers never even.
Post # 7
really…….??? cool, thanks! 🙂
Post # 8
Very pertty flower choice.. i would try randomizing them more instead of leaving the same flowers clustered together.. just a thought 🙂 very nice though.
Post # 9
Thanks so much for ya’lls input so far….I’m going to experiment some more keeping these ideas in mind…..Thanks!
Post # 10
I have silk rose bouquets for my 4 girls…
Post # 11
I like your flower choices. Maybe arrange the spiny button flowers towards the center to centralize the arrangement?
Post # 13
I’m using silk and paper flower mix for all of the bouquets. No one will know the difference except for the girls carrying them! I would never have known that the flowers were fake at one of my friend’s wedding. No one pays that close of attention, and if they do — and if they CARE, then so what?
My only advice is to get someone’s help when tying it. It’s difficult to do with only 2 hands!
Post # 14
It looks really nice! AWESOME JOB!! I’m looking forward to see how you decide to tie it off.
We used silk roses for EVERYTHING – bouquets, corsages, centerpieces, etc.
This picture might give a better idea for sizing: