Using Flowers from Lidl to Save Money on Your Wedding

We’ve all heard the figures. The average cost of a wedding in the UK can be as much as £27,000!!

What is this nonsense!

I know all you DIY wedding ninjas laugh in the face of such ridiculous notions!

diy wedding bouquet

There are lots of articles on here and around the web on how to save money, but could using flowers from Lidl really be that great? Apparently , YES!

According to Lidl, for the low price of £149 brides can get enough flowers to make eight table centrepieces, a big juicy bridal bouquet, six button holes and three bridesmaids bouquets!

Too good to be true? That depends on how good you are at DIY flower arranging.

Looking at the photos provided by Lidl, It actually looks pretty good! I am impressed!

diy wedding

(Photo source Lidl)

Included in the £149, budget savvy brides can  buy some really beautiful flowers from Lidl which include over 160 tulips, 80 chrysanthemums AND 100 roses! If you’ve got round to getting a quote from your local florist for your wedding flowers then you probably have to pick yourself of the floor right now!

Lidl-DIY-wedding-flowers

(Photo source Lidl)

 I suppose we’ll have to wait and see about what flowers they will be able to provide moving into the Autumn, but for now, I think it’s a winner!

What do you think?

If you need to learn how to make your own hand tied bouquet then this video explains it all in a nice easy to follow way and if you need some tips on how to make your own centrepieces then have a read of  this previous article.

Good luck to all the DIY wedding ninjas!

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