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The flowers are one of the most important design features of a wedding. They will decorate the church, be used to create centerpieces and be worn in bouquets. With so many brides choosing to make their own floral arrangements today, they often wonder if silk flowers can be a viable alternative to fresh flowers. Learn about the pros and cons of using wedding silk flowers to help you decide.
Pro: Silk flowers can be made well in advance. It can be a great relief for the DIY bride to know that bouquets, centerpieces and ceremony decorations are all done weeks or even months before the big day. There is nothing last minute to arrange hundreds of flowers the day before the wedding. You also know exactly what you get with silk flowers, so there is no worry that they will show up the day before your wedding showed or in the wrong shade of pink.
Cons: Silk flowers often look fake. Truth be told, there are many cheap fabric flowers out there. And the bad ones can look really bad. Even the high quality silks can easily be distinguished from real flowers by many people. It also depends on your guests. Some people think that nice fabric flowers are as elegant as real ones, but in some circles fake flowers are considered the height of stickiness.
Pro: Bridal bouquets of the silk can be saved as a wedding flavor. If you design a beautiful floral bouquet of silk that you absolutely love, you can save it forever. Even with careful preservation, no bouquet of fresh flowers will last as long. For sentimental brides, this can be a really upward use of fabric blooms. The long-term nature of the silk bouquets is also nice if you decided to decorate your bouquet with beads to match your bridal jewelry or other special details, as you can keep the entire bouquet intact to display.
Cons: Silk flowers can be expensive. Brides often turn to the silk with the idea that they will be more economical than fresh flowers, but that is not always the case. High-quality fabric blooms can sometimes be more expensive than some of the more affordable varieties of fresh cut flowers, especially when the real flowers are ordered online or from a discount club. Of course, if you have your heart set on a very expensive flower like orchids, the silk will be cheaper than the fresh ones. The best way to find good prices for silk flowers is to buy end of season cleaning at craft stores. Just make sure you are there the first morning of the sale so you can get the amount you need to organize your entire wedding.
Pro: You can use your favorite flowers out of season. With silk flowers, you are not limited to using the varieties that are in season. If you want to wear blue hydrangeas to match your blue crystal bridal jewelry in December, you can. Just plan ahead because stores are more likely to wear seasonal silk; If you want summer flowers, you may need to buy them in the summer and save them for your winter wedding.
Cons: Selection of silk flowers can be limited. When choosing silk gives you the opportunity to use flowers without season, you may find that the available varieties are more limited than for fresh cut flowers. Most stores will only carry fabric versions of the most popular flowers, so if you want something more unique you will probably have to go with fresh flowers.
In the end, the decision between fresh flowers or silk flowers comes down to what works best for your wedding style, budget and personal taste.