Customer’s DIY Bridal Bouquet

In the world of wedding inspiration its nice to see real brides showing off their DIY skills.  And what does afloral.com like even more than real brides using their DIY skills?  That would be real brides using their DIY skills while beautifully showcasing afloral.com silk wedding flowers.

Afloral.com offers a multitude of affordable wedding flower options for the everyday bride, from silk wedding flowers, pre-made bouquets, floral accessories and now real wedding flower packages.  When customers show off their real wedding flower projects on the afloral.com facebook page, customer showcase board pinterest.com or their own social media platforms they are giving a testament to products and what afloral.com sets out to do, provide beautiful yet affordable wedding flowers for real brides.

A recent afloral.com customer Kayla from kaylasmalltownlife.blogspot.com blogged about her approaching wedding day and silk wedding flower options in DIY Bridal Bouquet post.  Kayla showcased gorgeous silk wedding pre-made bouquets and singular stems that she combined for her own customer bridal bouquet.

DIY wedding flower bouquet, kaylasmalltownlife.blogspot.com

Not only did Kayla showcase her beautiful peony, anemone, ranunculus and tulip DIY wedding flower bouquet she also outlined three benefits for choosing silk wedding flowers “1. You can keep your bouquet forever 2.  You don’t have to worry about keeping wedding flowers out of water too long or wilting 3. it is cheaper to make silk bouquets.”

DIY wedding flower bouquet, kaylasmalltownlife.blogspot.com

Kayla’s inspiration came from a pre-made ranculus, peony and tulip silk wedding flower bouquet.  She kept these smaller bouquets  as her bridesmaid bouquets but took her bridal bouquet a step further.  Kayla created a cream, pink and green bridal bouquet by adding peony stems in white and pink, green ranunculus and button poms, with crystal picks as an accent.

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  1. I’d advise any bride on a budget to consider creating her own floral creations. Get a floral arranging book and watch a couple YouTube videos, and get together with a friend for help and moral support – and you’re good to go. Set up a practice session a month or so before the wedding and make corsages, boutonnieres, bouquets and centerpieces until you feel confident. Then take photos of what you made, and put the test flowers in the refrigerator to see how long you can store them. You can save hundreds of dollars and make custom designs, plus it’s fun and it gives you a great sense of satisfaction! See details in a big chapter of my ebook (only $4.99) Budget Wedding Secrets: How to Have a $30,000 Wedding for Less Than $10,000.

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