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Of course if you still want the look of fresh flowers you can always go the silk /faux flower route! Using fake flowers means you could re-use them as centerpieces in your home or sell them to another bride and recoup some of your money. Here are some lovely examples of silk flower arrangements I’ve found around the web.

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bouquets from Boyd Bouquets

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Here’s some more great examples of faux flower arrangements:

silk flowerSome silk frangipani from ArtificialWeddingBouquets

silk flower silk frangipani boutonnieres from ArtificialWeddingBouquets

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silk tulip bouquet from ArtificialWeddingBouquets

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flower girl rose ball from ArtificialWeddingBouquets

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silk centerpieces via Ruffled

silk flowerSilk flower petals from LIWeddings


Part 1: Paper

Part 2: Feathers

Part 3: Buttons

Part 4: Vintage Brooches

Part 5: Felt


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  • @dandyLionevents

    these are great and look really lovely. we ordered some silk recently for a bridesmaid who has severe allergies to everything- haha! great round-up.

  • Ashley

    Very pretty. We used silks in our centerpieces and I think they looked gorgeous!

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