Post # 16
I helped a friend make her daughter’s – she wanted it colorful and easy. We bought pre-made bouqets from Trader Joe’s, trimmed the stems and added ribbon. Each one took us just a few minutes. So easy and they looked great! For the bridal bouquet we added roses.
Post # 17
I would also suggest going to your local farmers market or something similar! Their flowers are usually so much prettier than the ones you find in grocery stores, and a greater variety with flowers often used by professional florists! Though Costco did have some beautiful peonies last week… 😍 just make sure you either keep the flowers in water in a fridge if you want to slow the blooming process or keep them in water in a warmer place if you need them to bloom quicker!
Post # 18
ahsoka : Wow!! I love this!! We had a Star Wars themed wedding, but went a little more subdued because our wedding was so tiny (less than 20). My bouquet was made of Star Wars comics and pages from my favourite books!
Post # 19
My bridesmaid bouquets! Made from 3 deconstructed dollar tree wreath forms
Post # 20
This is making me want to make my own flowers. 🙂
Post # 21
- Wedding: July 2018 - Fremont, CA
ahsoka : stores like Michaels, Pier 1 Imports, Home Goods, Ross… lol
Post # 22
starwarsbride : aaaaaah that’s so amazing. Now I want to re-do the flowers, haha ❤️
Post # 23
lifetimegoals : oh, I see! Thank you 😉 I thought you meant soft, lovely heavy silk and I lusted after having flowers like that. 😛
Post # 25
So we made all of these the night before the wedding haha. It was my friend (the bride) + me and 2 other bridesmaids. It is actually one of my (and the brides) favourite memories from the wedding. She got the flowers from the grocery store and costco 1-2 days in advanced.
Post # 27
Mine are fake from afloral.com