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    • CommentAuthorGina
      Posted: Aug 1st 2015
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    Hi all

    This is my first post on UKBride so hoping to get some help and advice from you lovely people!!

    I am yet to book or look at any florists and have been wondering for a while whether fake flowers would be a good option and also a cheaper option?

    Is there anyone out there who has used fake flowers or knows anyone who has? What were your thoughts? Could you recommend any suppliers? :)

    All help would be greatly appreciated!!

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    • Emily17
      CommentAuthorEmily17
      Got married 3 years ago
      Posted: Aug 1st 2015
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    Hi congratulations on your engagement Gina xx
    I'm considering a mixture of real and fake but haven't looked into it too much at the moment so can't off suppliers.
    Sorry. Sure some other brides can help xx

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    • ErinP42
      CommentAuthorErinP42
      Got married 3 years ago
      Posted: Aug 1st 2015
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    Like everything there will be good quality and poor quality fakes. I'm sure if you shopped around you could get lovely fake ones (they would also last so you could look back at them) but a mix like Emily suggested could be really nice. At the end of the day if you like them no one else's opinion should matter!
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    • KayleighS46
      CommentAuthorKayleighS46
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Aug 2nd 2015
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    Were having fake flowers but ours isnt just due to the cost of them. OH suffers with real bad hayfever and would spend most the wedding blowing his nose if i plastered real flowers everywhere. It also helps us a lot because of our colour scheme - turquoise isnt a flower colour (without dying them) so its a win-win all round for us lol xx

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    • JWilde84
      CommentAuthorJWilde84
      Posted: Aug 4th 2015
     
    Hi, I'm seriously considering fake flowers after being told £95 for a bouquet.

    eBay has some amazing ones. I'm looking at pale pink roses with a crystal in the centre of each rose. look really nice and 4 different sizes, they price between £22 and £7 I think.

    I might order one just to see what the quality is, but to be honest, I think they would look fine on photos AND I dont like flowers which are basically dying... would prefer a pot plant! LOL
 
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