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I had been planning a Summer wedding with lots of bright pink and orange flowers (lillies, calla lillies, and maybe some gerberas). Due to my fiance's job training, we are moving our wedding up to late December. I cannot find any winter flowers that I like.

Do you all think I could do the pink and orange summery flowers even though they aren't all in season, and the colors don't really fit the winter season?

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Honestly, I believe you can do whatever you want because it's your wedding. You can also look into using roses in those colors and you can try hydrangeas. Where is your wedding location that will make a big difference too. Try calling florist in that area and seeing what they recommend because if you're using real flowers that will make things more difficult. Hope you get it all figured out.

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Well the wedding will be in San Diego, and our coordinator is taking care of getting the flowers for us there. We are having an "at home reception" though, probably in January or February. I have seen that you can order flowers in bulk from Fiftyflowers.com. Has anyone done this?? I don't know if I trust an online site for my wedding flowers...

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I'm going to be using Plumeria's Wedding Flower Boutique - she's located out of L.A. and ships everywhere. She's a florist that uses real touch flowers and the things she has produced are gorgeous! You could look into that if you would want to have them pre-made and shipped to you and she has packages available as well. I know there are some others out there that do the same kind of work. The only suggestion I would make is to use real touch floramatique flowers, these look much more real than some of the other artificial flowers out there.

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