Post # 1
I’m doing a paper flower bouquet (rolled into roses, if you know what type I’m talking about) and gluing them to a painted styrofoam ball. Now, I want to keep my bouquet, so I don’t want to throw it.
Have any other bees done this, and had an alternative “throw” bouquet? If so, what did you decide to do?
Post # 3
A friend of mine wanted to keep her DIY fabric flower bouquet as well, so she DIY a throw bouquet with silk flowers.
Post # 4
- Wedding: April 2012 - Padua Hills Theater
I would make the throw bouquet out of silk flowers from Michaels or some other craft store.
Post # 5
Most brides have a separate toss bouquet OR to save time/money/work you can use one of your bridesmaid’s bouquets for the toss.It’s practical since most bridesmaids don’t preserve their bouquet or if they’re flying, it’s impractical for them to take their flowers home anyhow.
I’m doing paper flowers. I’ve selected the “less perfect” paper blooms for my toss bouquet.