Cherry Blossoms In Wedding Bouquet?

Does anyone know how expensive it would be to get cherry blossoms in my bouquet?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    TOO EXPENSIVE, ONLY A TWO WEEK SEASON AND WOULD BE HARD TO KEEP FRESH. I SUGGEST AN ALTERNATIVE OR HOW BOUT INSERTING SOME REALISTIC SILKS IN THE BOUQUET. I HAVE ALWAYS SUGGESTED THAT THRU THE YEARS. GOOD LUCK

    Source(s): floral designer 15 years
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  • 1 decade ago

    It would be lovely, and cherry blossoms smell divine. But they lose their petals very fast, so your bouquet might thin out a bit as the hours pass. Maybe consider hydrangea, since they also have little petals, and are sturdy and available in many beautiful colours. And yes, I think it might be a bit more expensive than it's worth.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    I trust Lene! First, fruit tree blossoms are very fragile so as that they could be blooming in the place and dealt with via somebody who knows the thank you to paintings with them. Nurseries are in the employer of merchandising timber, no longer harvesting branches. i've got faith they're obtainable in the wholesale commerce, yet availability would be very, very seasonal. they do no longer fly nicely.......except decrease early and compelled on the different end (your end). for specific you will possibly prefer to be working with an rather good florist. there is no longer something incorrect in using silk for the "perplexing" plant existence and clean for the less demanding (and espresso-fee) blooms.....except you pass with orchids, gardenias, Stephanotis, and so on Set a funds! what number centerpieces? what number blooms consistent with centerpiece? Plus your bride's, maids of honor, ornament, corsages for mothers, and so on.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I looked into it with my florist. She said it would be costly, but gorgeous. I didn't get the exact quote, but she said it wasn't worth it, we could get the visual impact with something comparable for much much less.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    That sounds really gorgouse, it wouldnt be to expensive. Have a wonderful wedding and i hope that u stay togeather for a long time!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Consult a florist as these will have to be imported more than likely...cost will depend on their suppliers.

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  • 1 decade ago

    they will only be available for a limited time, so you will have to plan your wedding for mid march when they are blooming

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