Post # 1
I am planning to have peonies for my wedding. I have been struggling between real, silk and clay bouquets. And then yesterday I saw these bouquets that I really like.
Do you think they are real or fake? (please don’t search these bouquets on the internet, I would like to hear from you your first impression. do they look like real or fake flowers to you?)
And what do you think about their design?
Post # 3
Hm, upon closer inspection, they all look fake to me… is this a trick question?
Post # 4
I feel like they’re fake, but they’re pretty.
Post # 5
They all look fake to me esp the third one (watch me be wrong)
Post # 6
I think they are fake, but they are gorgeous!
Post # 7
I think the first one is real and the second one is fake, but it is a really good fake.
Post # 8
They all look fake to me.
Post # 9
They all look fake to me!
Post # 10
They are actually all fake, silk flowers. So I am interested in getting one for my wedding day. But just not too sure if they look “badly” fake. I think they cost about the same price as real ones (I got a price quote on real peonies from a local florist).
My concern is:
1. Fake: do they look good in photos?
2. Real: will the flowers still look good after the ceremony when I have my photo session?
My ceremony starts at 3pm to 4pm. Then the photo session is from 4 to 7:30. Not too sure if real ones can last that long.
Any bees would like to share some experience? Thanks a lot to everyone by the way!
Post # 11
I think they all look very fake. If there is no difference in cost, I would vote to go with the real flowers.
Post # 12
They all look fake, but I really like the second one.
Post # 13
imo, they all look badly fake.
i would go with real. as long as you keep the bouquet in water when you don’t need it, it will hold up just fine.
Post # 14
I think if cost is not an issue you should go real. As you can see from your poll, people can spot fake flowers and your bouquet is going to be in a ton of pictures. Your bouquet should definitely be able to make it all night without wilting.
Post # 15
Go with Real, especially if they are the same price. I personally dislike fake flowers, especially for a wedding.
Post # 16
I think they’re really pretty -fake or not. Who is going to be touching your bouquet besides you anyways? No one will care/know they are fake.
The only time I care/notice if the centerpieces are fake.