As getting married is an expensive event, supermarket Aldi is stepping in to provide, as they call it, 'more affordable options' for loved-up shoppers, particularly when it comes to fresh flower bouquets. "Aldi’s selection of British seasonal flowers are perfect to combine to create a bridal bouquet and are on sale daily, with nearly all coming in at under a fiver", they say in their recently published press release.
"With figures showing that flowers can represent up to 10% of the total wedding costs, savings are not to be sniffed at. Thanks to Aldi, costs can be reduced without compromising on style and freshness – with the extensive flower selection of roses, sunflowers, lisianthus, oriental lilies, carnations, and more available from as little as £2.99."
"A combination of two British bouquets from Aldi to make one bridal bouquet comes in at as little as £5.58, which compared to costs of £80 to £1752 for a professional bridal bouquet represents a saving of up to 97%. "
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