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Wedding season is coming up, which means many of you are looking for frugal wedding alternatives to your expensive bouquets and plant decor. Luckily, there is an easy and beautiful budget wedding option: Artificial plants.
I recently added some new listings that will be perfect for the frugal bride! These fake plants will never die, which means you can keep the memories alive forever.
The first artificial plant I’d like to showcase is this amazing silk leaf vine. It is so beautiful, and versatile too. Not only can it be used for wedding decor and home decor, but as you’ll see before it could even be used as a crown or diadem for the bride. If you’re going for a nature inspired wedding, there is no better option!
If you make a bridal diadem or leaf crown out of this vine, you’ll be able to easily preserve it. With real plants, you have to either store them in the freezer or be willing to watch them fall apart. If you want to keep the memory of your wedding alive and possibly even pass your wedding headpiece down to a daughter, this is your best option!
Of course it’s also perfect for hanging along doorways or tacking to tables.
Next is a fun one: 200 pieces of leaf confetti in light green, dark green, silver or gold.
These cute leaves are perfect for scattering along the aisle or on tables. They’re small silk leaves and once they’re scattered, they look very fancy..
A quick sweep will pick these up from the floor easily. They can also be used in wreaths and art with some glue gun work! These fake leaves are the perfect budget option for your garden themed wedding.
Next up are these beautiful fake rose plant leaves. They come in light green, dark green, and brown options and look very realistic. These leaves are perfect to add to your bouquet, but they can be incorporated into your decor and centerpieces as well.
The lighter green option looks super summery and will make pink and yellow blooms really pop.
The brown leaves are more appropriate for a fall wedding, but are just as gorgeous. Look at their realistic shine!