Affordable Black Flowers for Your Wedding

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Everyone wants gorgeous flowers for their wedding. And why not? They're pretty, smell wonderful, and can make a huge design statement. But! It can be easy to get carried away and let your flower budget spiral out of control. Resist the temptation by using this handy graphic filled with affordable black flowers for your wedding to get amazing blooms within your budget.

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Everyone wants gorgeous flowers for their wedding. And why not? They're pretty, smell wonderful, and can make a huge design statement. But! It can be easy to get carried away and let your flower budget spiral out of control. Resist the temptation by using this handy graphic filled with affordable black flowers for your wedding to get amazing blooms within your budget.

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Ti Leaves: These are gorgeous as a filler in a centerpiece or bouquet. Twist and bend ti leaves to make them fit nicely into DIY bouquets and smaller arrangements.

Black Magic Roses: A wedding standard that is hardy, easy to use, and comes in many shades. Roses look lovely when tucked in as filler for more expensive, lush flowers or tightly packed together for a more modern, sculptural look.

Calla Lilies: Calla lilies are often paired with roses. lily grass, and classic greens. They add grace and a simple sophistication to any DIY bouquet, centerpiece, or arrangement.

Succulents:Succulents are a trendy floral design accent and focal point. If you are planning on putting succulents in a bouquet or centerpiece you will need floral wire.

Burgundy Chocolate Cosmos: A unique DIY flowers that really live up to their name. They have a fragrance very similar to chocolate!

Fiddlehead Ferns: These fillers are most popular in fall and winter arrangements as they sport an earthy tone. Pair them with other edgy greens and fillers such as curly willow and seeded eucalyptus.

Fancy Grasses: Grasses can be used for many different floral needs. They can be lovely by themselves to really make a statement or mixed in with flowers such as garden roses, lisianthus, sunflowers, or delphinium.

Naked Seeded Eucalyptus: These look stunning in any bouquet or centerpiece that needs a whimsical or natural touch. They also work beautifully in a dried arrangement! 

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Are you using any black flowers in your wedding?