(Closed) To DIY or not to DIY

posted 10 years ago in Philadelphia
Post # 3
4822 posts
Honey bee

If you DIY its easier to stick to one type of flower and a filler (which is cheaper) the more types of flowers the more it can look DIY.

I would think about what you have to do the day before your wedding and if you really, honestly can get the flowers cut and arranged with some help in a timely fashion.

And the how will you get them all there? Will you have to rent a van? Who will put them out? And then pickup. There is a lot of logistics that can cause both money and major stress. Not that it can’t be done, just that be sure everything is planned so its not really stressful. 

You could think about non-flower centerpieces which dont need to be arranged. but many of the same questions apply. 

Post # 4
88 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

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