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Silk Wedding Petals

When it comes to wedding flowers, there are so many options that it might seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be a tough decision. The first thing you need to decide is if you want fresh, real flowers or silk, artificial flowers. Once you establish this, you can start picking the types and colours you want to incorporate into your big day.

Toss the Petals

Before the bride takes her walks down the aisle, the flower girl needs to walk down and toss real or artificial silk rose wedding petals along the way. More is always better; make sure the basket is overflowing so she can drop lots of petals.

Throw the Bouquet

At the wedding reception, it's a tradition for the bride to toss a bouquet to the single ladies in attendance. No new-bride wants to give up her bouquet, so producing a spare one for her to throw is ideal. What's more, silk petals look so much like the real thing, your guest might be surprised she didn't catch a fresh flower arrangement.

Runway of Petals

Make a statement when you walk into the reception area. A path of rose, tulip, orchid, or silk lily wedding petals down the centre aisle is amazing. Another option for flower petals is to use them like confetti on the table or as a way to spruce up the look of the cake table. If you combine it with the right lighting, it really softens the look of the room.

Keep for Years

The biggest advantage to using silk over fresh flowers is the knowledge that you get to keep them forever. Reuse the decorative flowers around your new home and display your bridal bouquet to remind you of the day you started on a new adventure.

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