We are flower people – plain + simple. It doesn’t feel like a wedding without a bridal bouquet or centerpiece; however, we know that fresh, beautiful flowers don’t come cheap. That’s why alternatives like Wedding Flowers For Rent are the perfect way to balance the budget and fill your special day with all the lush blooms you deserve!
Wedding Flowers For Rent is a luxe rent and return floral service, providing premium silk wedding day flowers for brides at a 70% savings! Renting wedding flowers is a smart + chic way for couples to have beautiful, picture-perfect wedding flowers that are gentle on their budget. Does this mean that all the money you’ll save on wedding flowers by renting them could be used for your honeymoon or house down payment?! Yes, yes it does.
Wedding Flowers For Rent is located in Charleston, South Carolina, and they ship wedding flowers to couples all across the US. Their team of creatives have over 30 combined years of floral experience with fresh cuts + silk flowers!
Scratch what you’ve seen + heard about silk wedding flowers and check this out:
Picture-Perfect Wedding Flowers
These peony and garden rose arrangements look absolutely lovely!
How about something blue on your wedding day? We cannot handle those adorable grape hyacinth!
This process is really simple, too! You can visit their website and view the 16 collections they offer. Each collection contains bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages + table centerpieces. They even have a lush garland collection. Place your order directly through the website, and enjoy ordering samples to see how they look in person! After the wedding, you box up the flowers, and ship them back. That’s it!
Classic Bridal Bouquet
Pink in the City
Feeling eco-friendly? Renting flowers is super environmentally conscious since it results in zero flower waste. That’s always our style!
Real or silk? We can’t tell! Artificial wedding flowers could save your wedding budget in some major ways.
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