Happy Monday, lovelies! Today I’ve got another great DIY tutorial that I created as a collaboration with our friend Brandi of Alexis June Weddings!For the next several weeks, we’ll be sharing DIY projects that could easily translate to any type of event like a bridal shower, wedding, bridesmaids
Supplies You’ll Need: Ruler Baby’s Breath (about 2 bunches) Green Floral Tape Scissors Pearlized Ball Head Straight Pins Ribbon (we used 1 yard each of three kinds – ours is from M&J trimmings) NOTE: because the bouquet flowers cost less than $10 total, we decided to “splurge”
Let’s face it… fresh flowers can be expensive. We recently talked about the fact that cutting down on your fresh flower budget can really save you a chunk of money when it comes to your wedding. Finding other wedding flower alternatives is a key way to
When designing your wedding flowers’ centerpiece arrangements, the main focus is — of course — how they look. However, we are finding that more and more brides are considering what happens to the flowers after the wedding, thanks to a shift towards eco-friendliness and being less wasteful.
For me, flowers were a part of the wedding budget that I couldn’t wrap my mind around. Luckily we had a family friend who offered to do all the arrangements for our wedding but initially I was torn about having flowers at all. Having something that
The wildflower trend really lends itself to DIY’ers! The loose, uneven wildflower shape makes the look pretty easy to arrange. Don’t force a perfected shape and voila! The secret here though, is the wholesale wildflower pack from BloomsByTheBox.com. There is an entire line of wildflower packs
What do you think of these dried bouquets? Is this a style you’d consider for your wedding day? Browse Flower Alternative Ideas: Want more wedding flower alternative inspiration? Visit the posts below to see other options to consider instead of using fresh flowers for your wedding!
One of the most daunting decisions in my wedding planning turned out to be flowers. To DIY or not to DIY?—that was the question. There are tons of folks out there who lobby on either side of the fence for various reasons. Typically, florists say doing
Did you know wholesale clubs like Sam’s Club offer wedding flowers? Neither did I until a co-worker suggested it to me! Everything comes packaged neatly in a little box, already arranged for you! Now that’s what I call budget savvy flowers. After a little online research
I recently wrote a post about the BSB’s options for wedding flowers. Here’s how I was introduced to silk flowers: My sister (my MOH) had a friend who got married a couple of years ago, and she was in her wedding. She showed me the bouquet
Something I knew I wanted even before the rest of the wedding plans fell into place, was a unique bouquet. I spanned the internet looking for cool ideas and a DIY bouquet tutorial on how to make your own out of everything from tissue paper, tulle, broaches,
Thanks to Blooms by the Box for sponsoring our Blooms on a Budget series! It’s Maddy from Somewhere Splendid and Confetti Pop here once again, ready to bring you this week’s installment of Blooms on a Budget in partnership with Blooms by the Box. I hope you love it! Hot Pink
Thanks to Blooms by the Box for sponsoring our Blooms on a Budget series! Happy Friday, Budget Savvy Brides! It’s Maddy from Somewhere Splendid and Confetti Pop once again, ready to bring you this week’s installment of Blooms on a Budget in partnership with Blooms by the Box. I hope you love it! Peach and