5 Ways to Repurpose Your Wedding Flowers After the Big Day
When local florist Tanti Lina of Papertini first launched Hana Willow Design last year, we couldn’t wait to share with you all of the amazing things she is doing with post-wedding bouquets. After all, there’s no reason why those gorgeous (and pricey) blooms you spent hours picking out for your Big Day should be left to wilt and die once the party is over.
Besides preserving your flowers, there are plenty of ways to give your blooms new life that don’t include tossing them in the trash or abandoning them on your dining room table while you jet off on your honeymoon—and this list offers a handful of ideas you’ll definitely want to consider. (Note: As with most things like this, each of these ideas requires preparations to be made well before your wedding day rolls around.)
Our favorite ways to repurpose your wedding-day florals: donate them (this makes the florist fee tax-deductible!) or send them home with your guests as favors.
What do you plan on doing with your bouquets and centerpieces after the Big Day?
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