Wedding Budget Tip #39: DIY Your Wedding Flowers

If you're looking for ways to save money on your wedding decorations, perhaps you should try to DIY your wedding flowers. Below, we share the benefits of doing DIY for your wedding flowers, as well as some helpful resources. Get more money-saving wedding planning advice from our other wedding budget tips!

Wedding Budget Tip #39: Order Wholesale Flowers or pick them up from a farmer's market so you can DIY your wedding flowers.

Wedding Budget Tip #39:

DIY Your Wedding Flowers.

If you've got your heart set on fresh flowers for your big day, you can easily do them yourself with a little pre-planning. There are tons of great resources out there for wholesale flowers like our friends at Blooms By The Box and FiftyFlowers. You could also consider shopping at your local farmer's market for inexpensive blooms to arrange yourself if hiring a professional florist is out of your budget.

If you've got the gumption and crafty skills to attempt to DIY your wedding flowers, just be sure to be organized about it. Make sure you have all the tools and supplies you'll need to get the job done. Don't forget to have large buckets and cool storage space to keep the flowers fresh while you prep!

We've featured a bunch of DIY wedding flower tutorials in the past – so be sure to check them out to get ideas and how-tos! Below are links to a few of our favorites.


Reception and Ceremony Flower DIYs:

wedding bouquet tutorial

DIY Wedding Bouquet Tutorials:

wedding boutonniere tutorial

DIY Boutonniere Tutorials:

Want to take learn more about how to DIY your wedding flowers? Visit our flower tutorials page to get all the details, tips, supplies, instructions, and more to get the job done!

So tell us: are you planning to DIY your wedding flowers?

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