9 of the most realistic faux flower bouquets
Be as sustainable as you are romantic by sending your significant other one of these beautiful faux flower bouquets
Everybody loves receiving a beautiful bouquet of blooms, especially on a special occasion. But for the environmentally conscious, the idea of a huge bundle of fresh flowers can seem wasteful or unsustainable.
There are many alternative options to fresh flowers so you can be more sustainable. Faux flowers have come a long way, with many offerings on the market looking just like their real counterparts.
Faux flowers can be made from a range of different materials, including silk, paper and plastic. And yes, plastic is an issue for the environment, but if you look after your faux flowers they can last forever, so the environmental impact is actually considerably lower. Longevity is a big part of sustainability, so the longer the flowers last, the better they are for the environment.
We've collated a selection of our favourite faux flower bouquets!
The best faux flower bouquets
Faux peony, casa blanca lily & cosmos bunch
Buy faux peony, casa blanca lily & cosmos bunch from OKA (£150)
Grace faux rose and hydrangea arrangement
Buy Grace faux rose and hydrangea arrangement from Not On The High Street (£70)
Artificial mimosa and achillea bundle
Buy artificial mimosa and achillea bundle from Dunelm (£12)
Aika cherry blossom branch
Buy aika cherry blossom branch from Bloom (£12)
Mixed magnolia eucalyptus bunch
Buy mixed magnolia eucalyptus bunch from OKA (£150)
Burgundy & orange silk bouquet
Buy burgundy & orange silk bouquet from Etsy (from £60)
Purple hydrangea bouquet
Buy purple hydrangea bouquet from Sarah Raven (from £28.95)
Sunny marigold arrangement
Buy sunny marigold arrangement from Bloom (£69)
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