Post # 1
I’m in the process of making a mockup of a bouquet with ribbon roses, and other flowers, I have made myself, but now I am wondering if others with think it is tacky. I told my mom and she thought it was a great idea while others said it was tacky. I love real flowers, but considering I’m only going to use them for 30 minutes in the day I can make my own bouquets for less than 100 bucks, give or take. I love real flowers, but I’m trying to be realistic and save money to spend on other things including our honeymoon. Plus I am uber creative and artsy.
Post # 3
Can’t you make your own fresh flower bouquet for $100?
Personally, I prefer real flowers and I think if you order cut flowers wisely and depending on the design of your bouquet (ie. lets say 5 large calla lilies in a bunch), it is really very easy to keep it within your budget.
This is a very simple bouquet which I made myself for my registration and it only cost like $10.
Post # 4
Feeling crafty you say?
Check out these beauties 😀
Inspiration Friday: Alternative Bridal Bouquets
A felt and button bouquet was the inspirtational start of my DIY wedding plans 🙂
Post # 5
Tulips are my favorite, and they wouldn’t do well in an outdoor July wedding. So I’m having whimsical fabric flowers for my bouquet. I found them on Etsy. I didn’t want “real” flowers that are going to wilt and fall apart.
It’s your day, and you should do what makes you happy. Just because something is unique or different doesn’t mean it’s tacky.