I just paid for fake flowers for my bouquet a cascading wrist corsage. The pictures on Etsy were beautiful and reviews amazing. I was drawn to these bouquets long before I found her on Etsy and even used her pictures as my inspiration when we met with a florist who basically kept saying “it’s not in season, nope, we’ll have to order, etc.”
I’m super excited to see the final product and happy I’ll be able to keep the flowers for years to come
I used Michael's fake flower bouquets, similar to what Melle posted, for our centerpieces. And for the bouquets, I'm using Sola Wood flowers! I also bought some fake flowers & greenery from Amazon for ceremony decor, etc. Real flowers are pretty, but die so quickly and it seems like such a waste for me. All the flowers I bought can be repurposed, resold and last forever!
I am using fake hydrangeas for the guys’ boutonnières, mother’s/grandmother’s corsages, and the wedding arch garland! I made them a few months ago and they look perfect! I wanted hydrangeas, but they’re such a delicate flower, so my only option was silk flowers for those items. Honestly they look just as good as real flowers, and they will all get to keep them as a keepsake forever!
I was a bridesmaid in a wedding that used fake flowers and they looked very real! I especially liked them because the bouquets weren't "sticky" like real flowers are. I felt very comfortable holding them and they looked pretty!
One thing I will say though is that it was a winter wedding and it didn't need that much greenery/flowers to look convincing.