Post # 1
I need to save money on decor and want to order from fifty flowers and make my own centerpieces, or buy some of their pre-made centerpieces (they have lots to choose). Have ya’ll used them? also, if you have pics of diy flower arrangements you have made (especially if they include hydrangea) post em! thanks! I have a ridiculously cheap budget for decor..luckily the reception and ceremony are at the same place, but the cocktail is not obviously. I have been drawing up ideas and think I can do it, but we will see!
Post # 3
i’ve heard that they are good, also heard that 2groses.com is good. I think i will probably end up going this route though also! my centerpieces are only like 10% flowers though, due to trying to save money! i plan on ordering some sample flowers from them first for sure.
Post # 4
I used fiftyflowers for my centerpieces and they turned out great! I would recommend them if you’re on a budget, the flowers that I got (blue dendromium orchids) were beautiful right out of the box…
Post # 5
I’ve used flowers from 2G Roses for 2 weddings that I did flowers for (one of which was my own) and they do turn out beautifully! I did a single submerged rose with some flat marbles in the base, on a mirror circle. Each centerpiece probably cost about $7, and I only needed 6, so it was really cheap for me.
Post # 6
I was going to use them also for the rest of my flowers they seemed good..
Post # 7
I used fiftyflowers.com for my reception flowers, and it turned out great. I have some pics and advice here, if you’d like to read: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/wedding-pics-diy-flowers-from-fiftyflowerscom
Post # 8
Another suggestion it to look into wholesale florists in your area. I bet there’s one that supplies to all the local florists that will also sell to the public.
I found a couple near me and the one I went to over the summer had very reasonable prices. The best part is they will also have supplies at hugely discount prices. Baskets, vases, etc.
They turned out fantastic!
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
What about this… SO easy and literally $5 each TOTAL (well, the peony is fake, but you can get them real for about $7 a stem)
Mason jar, twine, ribbon, peony or hydrangea, tinted river rocks