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user1474894224 Fri 10-May-19 13:58:52

Thanks @Letsnotargue I am doing supermarket flowers for buttonholes etc so will do this.

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Letsnotargue Fri 10-May-19 08:13:54

I bought some roses from the supermarket a couple of days before and used the petals from them. Didn’t cost much and only took minutes.

user1474894224 Fri 10-May-19 08:13:52

Thank you both. That's a great link absolutehush.

I was wondering about getting a bunch of roses and cutting the petals off.....but agree it might be stressful logistically.

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absolutehush Fri 10-May-19 08:09:42

I think dried - fresh would be a logistical nightmare (you'd have to get from a florist, maybe??) and expensive I think.

Try who seem to do a good range of petals for confetti, flower girls and wedding aisles.

jcq17 Fri 10-May-19 08:08:09

I had real petals and my florist arranged them!

user1474894224 Fri 10-May-19 08:04:20

But what do I get ....I was looking at confetti but I don't think that's what the flower girl scatters.....hence the question.

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BillywilliamV Fri 10-May-19 06:36:08

Amazon/ EBay almost certainly?

user1474894224 Fri 10-May-19 06:23:49

This is probably a stupid question. The vicar has suggested my daughter scatter petals in the aisle. Do I buy dried or fresh petals? Where best to get them from? Ideally a pink colour.

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