(Closed) Silk flowers?

posted 10 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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Newbee

Check out etsy! I’m working with a great vendor (although I haven’t seen the finished product). Her name is <span style=”font-weight: bold”>detailsbyjlynn and she’s awesome!

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Newbee

Check out etsy! I’m working with a great vendor (although I haven’t seen the finished product). Her name is detailsbyjlynn and she’s great<span style=”font-weight: bold”>!

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Angel’s Accents comes highly recommended from alot of girls on theknot.com, I ordered from them because I’m having a Destination Wedding and it’s saving me over $400 from the quote I got from florists. I won’t get mine until February but their website has tons of photos of their work from other brides, hope that helps!

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Wannabee

Hi,

I don’t know whether I should be commenting on this, but I make clay flowers. They might be a good alternative to fresh flowers in case of a situation like yours. Really don’t want to promote my work or anything, but just wanted to let you know that there is this option.

Post # 7
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

Don’t know if this helps, but my sister used silk flowers and as long as you pick QUALITY flowers (not from a dollar store or discount bin) nobody will know unless they shove their face into your centerpiece. The only people who knew we used silk were the bridesmaids (because she used silk for the bouquets), my mom (because she did all the arrangements), and the bride. Everyone else was VERY impressed and the flowers look realistic in the pictures.

 

I would say as long as you go for quality (and realistic coloring on the blooms) then don’t worry about them looking chintzy.

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