Best artificial flowers according to redditors

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Top Reddit comments about Artificial Flowers:

u/duck-duck--grayduck · 7 pointsr/pics

That the boyfriend had to carve. Fake foam pumpkins you can carve are a thing.

u/jjrobin2019 · 3 pointsr/DIYweddings

Absolutely! Here are just a couple that I ordered.

Calla Lily Artificial Flowers

Purple Calla Lily

Also, if you do go this route, sometimes they arrive a little flat. Ugh. But I found out you can run them under very hot water(some people even dip them in boiling water for a couple seconds) and they will open back up. I’m sure the same works with any type, not just these calla lillies!

u/littlej2010 · 3 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

So - apologies for the length on this. My wedding is in December, about 150 people, with 7 bridesmaids and groomsmen.

I couldn't capture how truly wonderful these came out. One of my bridesmaids got started on the smaller bouquets and then did my big waterfall bouquet. My fiance helped with the corsages and boutonnieres. The grand total for everything - welcome sign, flowers, centerpieces, all came in under $450 and I'm super proud of finishing it up. I'll try to detail what I can and post links to places where I got flowers if someone asks!


Bridal Bouquet

I cannot take any credit for this - one of my bridesmaids had the vision and rolled with it. We bought peonies ($36), eucalyptus ($40), calla lillies ($40), and roses ($60) on Amazon. The last little bit of wispy flower at the bottom was a last minute buy at Michael's using a 50% coupon for $2.50. The roses are incredibly realistic and the full stems helped fill out the holders.

A florist would have certainly charged more than $400 just for something this size with the peonies. Similarly sized arrangements on Etsy were about $300-$350. And the flowers I bought for this leftover made all of the bridesmaid bouquets and misc arrangements!


Bridesmaids Bouquets



Same flowers as the bridal bouquet! We also used a lot of floral tape ($3, coupon), ribbon ($5, after Christmas sale), and floral wire from the stems of roses that I used on the centerpieces.


Corsages and Boutonnieres

These were so easy! I took leaves from the rose a peony bundles, then ordered some extra baby's breath ($13, Amazon). Wrapped with floral tape and some ribbon I got on a 50% sale at Hobby Lobby. My fiance did most of the boutonnieres and he was pretty proud of himself.


Welcome Sign

Got the mirror at a garage sale ($5, what a steal), had Mod Podge and glitter from the centerpieces. Exploring options of getting a friend with nice handwriting to write the welcome message, or buy a decal off of Etsy (<$25). My cat was needy today and wanted to be in every picture :)



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This has a lot of details. I first bought the cheap 1-20 wood table numbers on Amazon ($20, I think), the Mod Podge ($8), Fine Glitter ($10, Michael's), and mod podged the crap out of the numbers and layered on the glitter. This took several hours between drying and doing.

We then stumbled upon a $40 deal on Facebook marketplace that included 20 8" vases, 200 Dinopure White Roses, 25 purple fairy lights, various glass stones and beads, and an LED candle set.

I built on this by buying 100 more roses ($40, Amazon), 24x 3" styrofoam balls ($30, Amazon), 2 packs water beads ($15, Amazon), and two colors of the vase mix of floating pearls (Etsy, $40).

I hot glues the roses to the styrofoam balls with enough room for it to still fit on top of the vase. I then wrapped the fairy lights around that, and hot glued the table number to the top.

The water beads and floating pearls are an easy set up. Let the beads swell for a couple hours, pour in the vase and in layers add the beads and stir. Topping off with water gives the floating effect.


This was all enough to make ~18 centerpieces, 1 bridal bouquet, 7 bridesmaids bouquets, 12 boutonnieres, 5 corsages, 1 welcome sign, and we're using leftover flowers, vases, plus running medals (my and my fiance's hobby) to round out the decorations. I already have frames ($35, Micheals on 75% off plus extra 20% off super sale) and shimmer paper that I will DIY print any other signs needed.

u/emmie8 · 3 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Congrats! My brother and sister-in-law did a surprise lunch wedding similar to your idea, and it turned out great! They ended up ordering fabric and fake hanging vines from Amazon and it turned out really pretty. I believe they may have been similar to the ones below, but not sure of the exact item:

I’m a girl on a budget too, and just ordered my wedding dress from BHLDN for around $225. ☺️ You might also check out ASOS or Lulu’s for affordable dresses, or look at ivory/white dresses labeled for bridesmaids. For rings, Etsy has a ton of really pretty and affordable options. I’m a fan of the rings in the store below!

u/Delanes_Brain · 3 pointsr/predaddit

My fiancée found them on Amazon ( ), bought the frames and flowers separate then DIYed it. I just hung them today.

u/erinarian · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

Ok, here's a tutorial of sorts. These were super easy to make, and I am not very crafty.


7" vases - Dollar Tree

9" vases - Dollar Tree

10.5" vases - Amazon

Glass stones - Amazon

Submersible LED lights - Amazon

Calla lilies - Amazon
I ordered orange and navy. My wedding color blue is royal blue, not navy, but as you can see in the photos they are pretty light for navy, and are passable for royal blue.

The flowers come in a variety of colors, so if you're into calla lilies you can make these work. They have wires in the stems, so I just bent the stems up and played around with height and color combos until I had a set up I liked. Then I used those flowers as a template to cut the other flower stems to length with wire cutters.

The calla lilies float if they are not weighed down, so I hot glued the end of each stem to one of the glass stones and buried it under the rest of the stones. Worked perfectly, and you can't see it in the final set up.

The Dollar Tree vases are FANTASTIC, and I suggest looking there first no matter what type of vase you're looking for since they have a variety. They didn't have the taller vases I needed so I had to spend a bit more to get them from Amazon, but kept total costs to about $250 for 10-12 centerpieces. I don't think there's an appreciable difference between the Amazon vases and Dollar Tree vases, they go very well together.

My original plan was to use floating candles instead of LED lights, but I really liked how the shadows are cast with the uplighting from the submerged LEDs. It also makes a little bit of a blue glow through the stones. I am making another one-vase decoration (same thing, just the medium-sized vase instead of 3) with a floating candle next to a written memorial for my dad and my fiancé's and my grandparents who have passed. The point is floating candles definitely work for these if that's your thing.

Anyway, I'm happy to provide more info by request, though I think this pretty much covers it!

u/Buttercup_Bride · 1 pointr/Weddingsunder10k

Here are some flowers and doilies you might like...

Alelife 18Head Artificial Silk Roses Flowers Bridal Bouquet Rose Home Wedding Decor Party Centerpieces Bridal Party Home Room Decor (E)

Angel Isabella 10pc Set of Real Touch Calla Lily-Keepsake Artificial Calla Lily with Small Bloom Perfect for Making Bouquet, Boutonniere,Corsage.Quality Keepsake Artificial Flower (Plum)

BalsaCircle 96 Eggplant Purple Silk Giant Open Roses - 4 Bushes - Artificial Flowers Wedding Party Centerpieces Bouquets Supplies

BalsaCircle 12 Eggplant Purple Beaded Headpiece Craft Flowers - Mini Flowers for DIY Wedding Birthday Party Favors Decorations

Galleria di Giovanni 16 Inch Doily Silver Gray Lace Antique White Ivory Round

BANBERRY DESIGNS Embroidered Doilie with Lavender Lilac Flowers on Cream 16 Inch Diameter, Machine Washable

u/ginge_tinge · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

These are the white peonies I used and this is the purple dahlias I used. $20 for 16 of the white peonies and $10 for ten purple dahlias. Better prices than I’ve seen in my local craft stores!

u/StillBecomingJoy · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Deluxsa Enchanted Red Silk Rose,Beauty and the Beast Rose with Fallen Petals in A Light Dome,Home/Office or Home Decorations, Anniversary, Valentine's Day Christmas Gift

u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/amazondealsus

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u/Brittishchick · 1 pointr/Weddingsunder10k

Thank you! I didn't have quite enough of the roses or eucalyptus to do all 12 bottles (only 9 with all floral pieces) so the others 3 just have the tea roses. We only have 6 guest tables though so it works out fine!

The flowers are these:



Tea roses

The bottles are these:

u/Madmae16 · 1 pointr/Weddingsunder10k

Flonding Wedding Bouquet Handmade PE Bouquets for Bride Bridesmaids with Soft Ribbons Artificial Rose Bridal Holding Flowers for Wedding Party Church (Gold, Pack of 4)

u/alasqalul · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

This is the kit that I bought.

It doesn't really specify the nature of the extract but from further inspection it says that it has a mixture of simcoe, centennial and chinook hops.

u/Skapnslap · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

It depends on what color you prefer and matches

I think a nice Blue like this or an Orange like this fits the job nicely.

Personally once my family moves i plan on using this Hoping my interior design looks good considering id like to have this as a sort of skill before I go into college and then start living on my own and stuff

EDIT: Fixed the links

u/ernieball · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

You don't need a lot of Disney decor to make it Disney themed - just a piece here and there.

For your center piece use a giant pumpkin, carve out Mickey's face, and use two small pumpkins to make ears

Use small pumpkins and orange construction paper or that foamy paper stuff to make ears for small mickeys and set a few on the table and around the house. Pair them with fall leaves and regular fall decor.

Use regular cocktail napkins in black and white stripes. Pair with black or orange plates/cutlery.

Embellish with [festively painted pumpkins](

Etc. This with Disney treats will get your point across tastefully.

u/angelninja · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/FatFingerHelperBot · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

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