(Closed) Bridesmaid Bouquets

posted 9 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
2640 posts
Sugar bee

I think there are lots of ways to cut costs for Bridesmaid or Best Man bouquets.  I haven’t researched the most cost effective options.  But sure you could do artificial, or DIY real flowers.  You could buy some wholesale.  Also, you could simply cut down the size of the bouquet.

Post # 4
2819 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

There’s a bunch of brides here on Weddingbee who are using silk flowers and DIY-ing their bouquets. Miss Lab is one of them. =) She did a recent post about her practice run. It sounds like you can get them pretty cheap at Michael’s — use a 40% off coupon plus go when their silk flowers are on clearance. Apparently they’re pretty good quality, too, and if you really want the scent, you can get many flower scents to spray on them. =) Lots of people on Etsy specialize in doing silk bouquets for weddings (including making them scented), if you’re not feeling particularly crafty.

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