What will you do with your flowers after your wedding’s over? They are so beautiful AND expensive. Well, there are three options:
- Send them home with family and friends at the end of the night.
2. Donate them to a nursing home or your local church. This is a lovely idea, but be advised it creates its own set of complications. Many venues insist you completely vacate their site the night of the event. Who will pick up the blooms?
3. Consider “Flower Sharing”. What is this? You may ask. Well, read below and find out. Description taken directly from one company’s website. I have never used this company, so can not vouch for them. Sounds like a great option, however!
Want traditional, tall centerpieces or low, rustic centerpieces with lush greenery? We have the right florist for you. Browse our florists’ past work and reviews to find your favorite florist.
Now that you’ve chosen the florist(s) you’re interested in, it’s time to get down to the details and receive a quote.
Make it official with your florist! Pay your florist directly, just like usual.
We’ll take it from here! While you enjoy the rest of your planning, we’ll list your centerpieces on our website to be reused. When they are, we’ll send you 10% back to say thank you for sharing and your florist will return to pick up the flowers after your event.
Choose to reuse fresh floral centerpieces
Want to save 40-60% off traditional pricing? Enter your event date and location to see which flowers are available to reuse in your area.
Now that you’ve decided which flowers you want to reuse, you work with the florist who’s creating them for all of your additional floral needs. Want to make minor changes, like adding a new flower or pop of color? Let your florist know.
Pay your florist directly and save 40-60% off your reused centerpieces. The exact amount is dependent on your florist and logistics. Your florist will deliver and set up your flowers as usual.
Would you want any of these terrific arrangements to just be ‘thrown out?’
I would never suggest “sharing your bouquet” however. That you should definitely keep! If you’d like to learn how to preserve your bouquet… click HERE !