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Who will be using real touch flowers?

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Hey ladies,

 

After going over my DW budget, I'm considering using real touch flowers. Does anyone know how much cheaper then real flowers they are. Any recommendations for good companies? Are you using real touch flowers for all the floral in your wedding or mixing it up?

 

Thanks ladies!!!

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Hey ladies,

After going over my DW budget, I'm considering using real touch flowers. Does anyone know how much cheaper then real flowers they are. Any recommendations for good companies? Are you using real touch flowers for all the floral in your wedding or mixing it up?

Thanks ladies!!!
Hi Flores,
While I haven't quiet made a final decision, I think I will be using real touch flowers for my Maid of Honor's bouqet. My resort is charging around $45 for a floral bouquet. I've looked on Save on Crafts, Wedding Supplies, Flowers, Tulle, Lights, Decorations & Discount Craft Supplies Save-on-crafts and have found some nice bouquets for around $18-$25. Or you can create your own as they sell individual flowers as well with all accesories necessary to assemble one. To most people, the $20 difference doesn't seem like much, but if you have a large bridal party, it could be a good option for you to check out. Hope this helps.

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Thanks Jenise, I love options. I have seen other post about real touch flowers. I may need to explore this option more and more.

 

As with Flores, my budget is getting to be skinner than I am!

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I bought my flowers from plumerias wedding flower boutique. roberta is amazing to work with. my bouquet with shipping and starfish jewel was 140. our resort package includes a bridal bouquet but we are trading that for the BMs bouquets. We are also taking silk flowers from Michaels for the gazebo decor. the resorts charge 3 to 4 times the price for decorations!!

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I'm using real touch flowers. I ordered my bridal bouquet, maid-of-honor bouquet, 2 small presentation bouquets (4 daisies each) for the mothers, 5 boutonniers, 4 x 2 daisies for centerpieces (just the flowers... the Jellyfish is providing the vases), and one hair flower from Shavon's Wedding Silks. Altogethor it cost me $227. They came out beautiful and I'm soooo happy with the quality of the flowers. Shavon is based out of Holiday, FL and will ship, but I live in Tampa so I picked them up myself. I'm still a little concerened with how I'm going to pack them without them getting smashed on the way to the DR.... lots and lots of tissue paper. :)

 

Good luck!!

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Mine are from [vendor removed per legal issues] and they were absolutely fantastic and saved us a lot of money. We now have them in vases at home and they serve as a reminder of our wedding day each time we look at them.

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I ordered from Plumerias Wedding Boutique as well. We went for the whole package...for $500 we are getting my bouquet, 5 bridesmaids bouquets, 9 boutonnieres and 3 wrist corsages! All of the bouquets have a little jewel on them as well. Roberta is super to work with and communicates really quickly back and forth. Here are a few pictures of what the flowers will look like!

 

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I ordered mine from Enchanting Memories here in Canada and they were so great...they ship to the states as well and they have quite a lot of clients right now. All together it was about $375 for 3 bouquets, 4 bouts, 3 hair flower clips, 2 wrist crosages. Here are some pictures of my flowers...

 

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