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One of the easiest ways to save money on your wedding is to buy your wedding flowers in bulk and DIY them yourself (or hire it out to someone looking to build their portfolio). For our wedding, we bought our flowers in bulk from a local wildflower farm and saved a bundle! Here are my top 5 places to buy flowers in bulk for your wedding:

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cheap flower idea. baby's breath from costco is $89 for 100 stems. http://www.costco.com/newurl.product.11333477.html

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from theknot.com

The Top 10 Most Inexpensive (But Totally Beautiful!) Flowers

5. Daisy For a cheery springtime bouquet, white daisies are a great go-to—whether they're being used as a filler flower or making up the entire arrangement. They naturally grow white blossoms, but thanks to food coloring they can be tinted purple, blue, neon green... almost any color under the rainbow. blooming season: late spring

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from The Budget Savvy Bride

Where to Buy Bulk Flowers Online for Your Wedding

Thinking of DIYing your wedding flowers? Be sure to check out these online resources for bulk flowers!

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pinner bought these hooks at dollar tree! (They are in the garden section) $12 for 12, plus whatever I spend on the mason jars = aisle decor! I can wire wrap the jars with wire I also found at the dollar tree.

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from Project Wedding

DIY DYED DOLLAR ROSE PETALS FROM DOLLAR TREE

Dye rose petals from the dollar tree for the flower girl to throw down the aisle. Way cheaper than real petals, and you can re-use them!

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from BuzzFeed

37 Things To DIY Instead Of Buy For Your Wedding

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Budget Friendly Wedding Ideas. Looking for a way to get cheap flowers that look great? Silk flower bouquets from Afloral.com are a great way to save money and keep the luxe look you want at your wedding. Silk flowers are affordable, long-lasting, great for brides with allergies, and will look good before, during and after your wedding day.

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