(Closed) Dried flowers for autumn wedding

posted 6 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
101 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I think that however you feel about them should be what makes your decision.  Many brides are using paper and dried floral arrangements along with silk flowers as well.  Ask yourself:  Does this make me feel good when I see it?  If the answer is yes, then you should use it.  If you are on the fence as to which you would like, make sure to see and feel both in person.  Go to a flower shop and look around at the real thing, and also hold a bunch of the dried ones in your hand and see which you like better.  Or you could mix a few real stems or leaves into the dried ones if you want both.  In the end it is what you love, not what anyone tells you to love.


All the best down the road to your big day!!!

Post # 5
11166 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

@lifeswonderful2day:  I agree.

A huge portion of our large budget was for gorgeous fresh flowers so for me it was a definite must. But I am not you, obviously! I agree with the PP that you need to see and feel the options in person to determine overall how they fit with your wedding visions. Try holding a bouquet of dried versus fresh and pay attention to how you feel about it.

In the end you make the decision on what you want your wedding to look like. The dried flowers are pretty and with your vintage theme would work nicely.

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