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Bridesmaids bouquets and boutonnieres

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Did anyone go to the flower shop or market in PV and make their own bouquets and boutonnieres? I want simple and $40 a pop for 9 women and then 10 a pop for the men I am thinking to gather flowers and wrap them with satin ribbon isnt going to be a hard thing to do? So I know there is a Sams there as well. Did anyone of you do this? White roses in a bundle thats all I want. smile105.gif

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Are you going to have someone in charge of making them the day of and bringing them over? It seems like they would get wilted if they weren't refridgerated.

 

But I can't offer advise for flower shops. No clue.

 

Did you ask Nicole if you had a simple, simple bouquet if the price would remain the same?

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I did not ask that question. I'll send a message her way wink.gif Yes there is someone who is making them. One of the guests is a designer! Since its in January I think they are putting the flowers in a box w/ tubes of water and then arranging at the location in the morning. But I surely will ask them about that. I did find a shop. flowerstogovallarta.com That said they would sell single flowers for us. It will save us about 400.00 to do this method. We have a ton of people in the wedding. My bouquet and his bout. and one large arrangement is being made by the Las Caletas contract. So thats great :) TY for your advice I'll send email now wink.gif

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The only bouquets we had were for me any my moh (corsage for mom). I also didn't want to pay that much per bouquet for my BMs flowers and didn't even look into other options. In the end nobody noticed as that place is darn floral naturally.

 

Look here though, Edna shared this list of PV florists:

http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...s-pv-area.html

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