Save, don’t splurge!

It’s time to plan your wedding! Save, don’t splurge! DIY your flowers for your wedding day and make a beautiful bouquet of romantic ruffled edge peach Garden Juliet roses, Vendela cream roses and lots of greenery. Flowers are a big and important part of your wedding day and can become costly. Figuring out where you’re going to “save or splurge” in your wedding budget is important.

Seeded Eucalyptus & Garden Rose Bouquet

If you’re trying to keep your wedding costs under control, DIY wedding flowers are a great place to start. Our flower experts are going to show you some creative ways to keep your flower budget down so you can have the wedding of your dreams – and still have some money left over for the honeymoon! The stunning bouquet we’re featuring on this week’s Save or Splurge is chock-full of lush seeded eucalyptus, garden rose Juliet peach, Italian ruscus, and rose Vendela cream.

 

Splurge

If you’re headed to a floral designer to create this beautiful bouquet, you can expect to pay anywhere from $300 to $400, depending on where you live and the type of flowers you choose.

Wedding Flower Save

Purchase the wholesale flowers and create the bouquet yourself for under $200!

Here’s what you’ll need:

Garden Rose Juliet Peach
Rose Vendela Cream
Seeded Eucalyptus
Italian Ruscus Green

 

…Save Even More!

With some clever substitutions, you can create a very similar bouquet less than $100!

FLOWER PRO TIP: 

Here’s what you’ll need:

Carnation Peach Fancy
Rose Vendela Cream
Seeded Eucalyptus
Leather Leaf Fern

 

Here is how you would make a faux full bloom with carnations. Remove leaves from the stem. Bunch 3-4 carnations together and tape tightly with floral tape at the bottom of the bloom. Check out our link to Faux Peonies Using Fresh Carnations.

 

Have a bouquet that you love, but you’re not sure how to bring it to life? Tell us below, or contact our fabulous customer service team! We’ll help you create something that’s perfect for you and your budget!

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