(Closed) Silk flower Recommendations for centerpieces and decor

posted 5 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
589 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014 - Scottish Rite Cathedral (New Castle, PA)

I don’t have pics yet because I just got mine all in the mail and started putting them together but I ordered from http://www.efavormart.com. I ordered a variety of flowers: carnations, amaryllis, eastern lily, dahlia and extra touch craft carnations. A lot of the flowers came kind of wrinkled/crumpled 🙁 but the dahlia’s and the carnations all looked great!! I actually ordered a second round of carnations and dahlias because they shipped so well and were actually more what I was looking for. I think because the other flowers were bigger they didn’t ship as well. I got 252 carnations for $25 and 56 dahlias for $30 (the dahlias are much much bigger than the carnations). 

So, I would recommend them for carnations and dahlias but not for the other flowers. The prices were great, things shipped fast and the colors are well represented on the website, I was worried because I ordered many different shades of purple but they are almost identical to the colors pictured. They also have sales and coupons which are great! 🙂

Post # 4
9139 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL

@jennifer.grayson.547:  I did my own centerpieces (with lots of help from my mom and one of my bridesmaids) with real roses from Sam’s Club.  They only cost $105 for 125 stems and we had plenty for centerpieces, 3 Bridesmaid or Best Man bouquets, and my bouquet.  If you add in another $10 for ribbon and floral tape to wrap the bouquets, 79 cents per bucket for 10 centerpieces and $3 for floral foam to place in the buckets to hold the flowers, I was under $125 for my flowers.

My bouquet before the wedding.

One of the centerpieces complete.

My bouquet and centerpieces two days after the wedding.  Still beautiful!

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