Using Silk Wedding Flowers

Pink silk roses.
Artificial flowers can look as good or better than fresh flowers and will continue look fresh for years to come. Silk flowers are a great alternative to fresh for wedding bouquets, boutineers and center pieces. Get tips on using silk wedding flowers in this page.

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July 7, 2006

We are using silk flowers to do our flower arrangements. The bouquets for the bride, attendants, groom, and best men will also be silk. The wedding cake will be outstanding in silks and will stand on a wedding cloth.

By Bev S. from Chilliwack, BC

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March 22, 2012

Is there away you can make a three flower bridal bouquet, using silk roses?

By Robin


March 22, 20120 found this helpful

Yes, there are ways to make one. If alone and no greenery, just tie a ribbon around them just to cover stems from the bottom of leaves to end of stems. You then take the ribbon and make sure you cover stem tips and wrap up to the stems.


You can put a simple regular bow on it as well. You can also adorn it with string faux pearls. You can find these at any sewing center by the ribbons. You cut the pearls to match length of ribbon for bow or to make sure bow stays use a lapel pin (broach) style and use that for center of bow for something old.

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