Post # 1
I am getting married in a small town and my options are limited. Not to mention my only option is a little dated on style! I have been given the name of THE FLOWER EXCHANGE.com and I am really interested HOWEVER I want the bouquts already made ect ect. They only ship the flowers. Does anyone OR has anyone done this before????
Post # 3
I found this site
I’ve ordered from pro flowers before, and they have good quality flowers. Also, http://www.fiftyflowers.com has some pre-made bouquets.
You could also order an arrangement off of telefloral.com or proflowers.com tie with some floral tape and wrap a ribbon around it for your bouquet (sort of DIY, but not a huge hassle).
Not sure what your colors are, but these arrangements would make beautiful bouquets.
Just remember, regardless of what you order, make you have them delivered 2 days prior to the wedding so they have time to rehydrate and so the blooms open.
Post # 4
Check out the boards- some of the sites recommended by brides that DIYed their flowers also sell pre-made bouquets (www.fiftyflower.com for example):
DIY flower vendor recommendations?
Looking for wholesale florist
Post # 5
A friend of mine who got married in the USA ordered all her arrangements (bouquets, bouts, corsages) from Costco.com. They arrived in very good condition overall, but you will need a little diy time to fix a couple of cosmetic issues (they provide you with extra flowers for fixing anything damaged during shipping). The price was pretty good, too.
I’d be buying my flowers from Costco, too, but they don’t have that service in Canada.
Post # 6
Thank you guys! Maureen, great tips! I will look at EVERY site you guys sent. Thank you!!