(Closed) Flower Bandits

posted 9 years ago in Flowers
  • poll: Would you be a flower bandit?
    Yes, if I had to due to lack of funds. : (3 votes)
    13 %
    Heck yes.....thanks for the idea! : (1 votes)
    4 %
    No, but good luck to anyone who tries. : (14 votes)
    58 %
    No. You're crazy. I live in your area & will be looking for you next year with police on speed dial. : (6 votes)
    25 %
  • Post # 3
    497 posts
    Helper bee

    I am hoping you mean flowers on the side of the road…because up here in New England we have issues with people taking flowers from people’s yards and it is considered stealing, not to mention very, very rude.

    Post # 4
    2434 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: September 2008

    It crossed my mind to use wild growing flowers for my wedding (however- not wildflowers since some of them are illegal to pick).  Stuff like daisies or Queen Ann’s Lace or tigerlillies which grow all over the the place.

    I knew a bride whose mother picked flowers from their property to make the bride’s bouquet and it was lovely.

    But I agree- that picking from someone’s garden or landscaping w/o permission is a no-no!  I wouldn’t want to start my married life with bad karma!

    Post # 6
    14183 posts
    Honey Beekeeper
    • Wedding: June 2009

    Ha, i guess it’s not a bad idea if it’s not illegal =].

    Post # 7
    44 posts
    • Wedding: August 2009

    I totally understood your original fantasy and I had honestly never thought about it. Mainly because there ane not many pretty flowers in my area. But it is a very funny thought! Especially with the crazy prices for flowers!!

    Post # 8
    4480 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch

    We used to have people steal the roses out of our yard when I was growing up… I wonder if they were actually trying to make wedding bouquets???

    If it were totally legal, I’d think it was a great idea! I’m actually thinking about looking up local flowers that bloom in late winter to grow myself for my wedding now!

    Post # 9
    2249 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: March 2018

    in spain at Christmas they have towers of pointsettas everywhere. I was leaving a bar one night on vacation and i saw a car pull up pop the trunk- like 4 guys got out and packed the trunk with the poitntsettas and they drove off. It was so wierd. So I guess it happens.

    Post # 10
    3162 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: July 2010

    Hahahaha I love the mental image I got from this post. Amazing. I think it’s a hilarious idea but not worth getting arrested for. Imagine trying to explain that to your Fiance…

    I can kind of see this happening on a Bridezillas episode.


    Post # 11
    94 posts
    Worker bee

    I have heard on more than one occassion of brides "borrowing" flower from freshly buried gravesites.  TACKY and bad karma.  I also work in a bridal shop during the day and I would say 20-30% of the brides we meet ultimately steal something from the shop or intentionally change prices on items.  BAD KARMA and I personally hope for a hex on their wedding day…a giant stye on the eye or pimple on the nose…that kinda thing.  It isn’t just brides, it is bridal party, bride and sisters, in one case bride, MOB and GMOB!!!!

    Post # 12
    1266 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: October 2009

    if its not illegal! ha ha!

    Post # 13
    1023 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: June 2010

    It always really bothered my parents when people would sneak a bloom off our flowers in the yard because they were "sooo pretty". Especially from our lilies! So I would never do it because people invest a lot of time and money to have beautiful gardens (and so do their kids). I would never take from the public gardens, especially wildflowers because in some areas (like here) its illegal and many volunteers spend endless hours caring for and raising funds to preserve the areas in which they grow.

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