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Artificial Wedding Flowers
Silk Wedding Petals, artificial wedding flowers – another multi use option – from being scattered by flower girl, being spread over the happy couples bed to even used as confetti.
Silk Flower Heads for Weddings – Artificial Flower Heads
Silk flower heads have a huge range of uses. Starting with weddings, they are often used as accessories for brides – specifically as a floral crown as a substitute for a veil (or could be used with it). Other uses (here comes a big list!) are for embellishing clips, hats, headband, cards, clothes, hats, scrapbook pages, bows, photo albums, craft projects, and parties.
You will find here a full range of colors – from blue, pink, white red and more. Of the flower types you will see favorites such as silk roses, silk phalaenopsis orchids, silk daisies, silk sunflowers, silk peonies, silk hydrangea, silk carnations, and artificial gerbera just to name a few.
We are sure you will find something here for your special day – only needs a bit of thought and imagination.
Silk Wedding Corsage – (Artificial Corsages)
A silk wedding corsage is simply a small bouquet of flowers worn on the wrist or dress at weddings, home comings proms and similar events. The tradition goes way back to Ancient Greece – then for the practical purpose for warding of spirits! The word is originally French meaning a bouquet of the bodice. The main flowers used are roses (of course), orchids, carnations and calla lilies.
Although there are no hard and fast rules, younger people tend to wear them on the wrist, others wear on the shoulder of the dress. They come in all sorts of shapes and sizes dependent on the event and the wearer and the number and size of the flowers used. You will even be able to find them with beading, succulents, with ribbons.
Silk Wedding Petals
Silk wedding petals are used for a range of purposes including flower girls scattering in the church aisles, over beds, on tables at receptions.
Some like to spread over the wedding bed (very romantic), often used as a replacement for confetti at weddings and indeed other celebrations. Flower girls can scatter over the aisle runners and virtually indistinguishable from the real thing (other than not going “off” before the ceremony, not causing problems with people with allergies and usually more cost effective!) and even scatter on the reception tables.
The range of colors goes from red to white with all shades and colors in between using usually roses (of course) but also lace and even burlap (very popular at the moment).
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