This post is part of our wedding flower alternatives series. We all know that fresh florals are absolutely beautiful, but unfortunately, they can also be fairly expensive! If you still want the look of fresh flowers without the price tag, you can always go with silk or faux flowers. 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.
Why you should choose silk flowers for your wedding:
- You get the same look as real flowers.
- They last forever so they are not a disposable expense.
- You can re-use them in your home after the wedding.
- You could re-sell them to another bride to get some of your investment back.
- They are usually way cheaper than the real thing!
Where to buy silk flowers for your wedding:
If you've decided on silk flowers for your wedding, this list is for you! Below are our top recommendations for purchasing silk flowers or pre-made silk flower arrangements for your big day!
Where to rent silk flowers for your wedding:
Don't want to pay for fresh flowers, but don't want to purchase a bunch of fake ones either? Check out this awesome company that allows you to rent faux flower arrangements for your wedding. And you might not believe it, but they look just like the real thing!
Something Borrowed Blooms offers brides the blooms that are expensive and difficult to find out of season at a fraction of the cost. They've hand-selected the highest quality silk flowers and the most sought-after bridal trends to deliver you superior wedding flowers directly to your doorstep to rent at an unbelievable price. Check out their gorgeous assortment of bouquets, centerpiece arrangements, boutonnieres, flower crowns, aisle decor, and more!
The cost of your rental includes a 4-day rental and shipping both ways, so it couldn't be simpler. Want to learn more? Visit Something Borrowed Blooms for a full catalog of beautiful floral looks for rent!
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!