in regards to your bouquets, did the flowers have some browning?! This REALLY bothers me.
to be honest.. a tiny tiny little bit but if u see my bouquet PIB you cant even see it at all
did it bother you?! Did you expect it? I just hate when you can see in pics ya kow?!
I did not notice any browning on the flowers on my wedding day. They turned pretty brown by the time we came from the honeymoon though.
Tiny bit, i guess it's more obvious if you get light color flowers in your bouquet. Like ceejay said, it's not that noticeable. HTH.
at first i wanted to scream bloody murder. but then i realized how beautiful it was. plus.. you wont be starring at your bouquet the whole day lol
youll be to wound up in everything else. AND it didnt even show up in the pictures.. so THAT made me UBER happy
so dont stress it. if you bouqet is falling appart. or flowers are broken etc. THATs something to trip about.
I didn't notice any browning in mine eitehr. But they were all red or burgundy, so if there was, it wasn't noticable. I've heard it can happen a little bit with light colored flowers, especially the more fragile varieties like gardenias. Talk to your florist about your concern and he/she may put your mind at ease.
i didnt notice either. the flowers i used were roses and calla lilies, and the color was ivory. in addition, my weddign was one of the hottest days in June.
Keep the bouquets really cold before you depart for the ceremony or photos. I put mine right under the air conditioner until I was ready to run out. Sometimes the florist sprays this preservative on the flowers which is supposed to keep them fresh looking but mostly seems to stain everything else it touches so be careful! Ask if they are going to put the spray on beforehand, some florists don't use it depending on the type of flowers you want to use. I had tulips and roses and they held up really well.
My boq was mango calla lillies and I didn't noticed any browning.
My bouquet had a mix of different flowers. I didn't notice too much browning. I did, however, have lavendar in it and those started to droop. No one notices it in the pictures (you really have to look) and considering that it was 100 degrees that day if that was the only problem I can't argue.
No browning on mine...
I had a bride call me today... She is in Utah and I can not go to her wedding this weekend.... The flowers are arriving... The cymbidiums looked droopy and the wedding is not until Sunday. I called the company and they are overnighting replacements that should arrive tomorrow. If anything looks brown, or droopy, call and have them replaced right away!!!