MsMystiqkal - Level 2
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Did you pay for a florist or DIY for your centerpieces?

We ended up paying for a florist because i thought it would be too much trouble to try to put together 30 centerpieces but im just wondering if DIY wouldve been significantly cheaper.


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Posted: 3135 days ago in Wedding Reception | California, San Francisco Bay Area


Smiley - Level 0
Wedding Date: 05/22/2010
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I paid for a florist...i just didnt want to worry about it honestly. plus we got a really good deal with the florist throught a friend. i think that if i had a smaller wedding I might have considered it though.

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bigday - Level 0
Wedding Date: 08/14/2010
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i plan on doing them myself but this might change if i can find a florist that is relatively cheap. I'm only have 100 guests so 10 centerpieces is very doable in my opinion.


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happygurl - Level 0
Wedding Date: 06/05/2010
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we're paying a florist. I'm didnt have alot of spare people around that could help with this, plus i dont really have a keen eye for that kind of stuff


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MsSassy - Level 0
Wedding Date: 03/13/2010
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we went with a florist. of course we wanted centerpieces that were pretty well done up so it wouldve been hard for us to do. I think if you're looking for something really easy it shouldnt be hard at all.


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