ADVICE FROM THE Experts ON WEDDING FLOWERS
There are several things to consider and think about when it comes to wedding floristry, depending on the day you envision, the theme you want to make, and your chosen venue.
Consider the form, scale, and colours of your bridal bouquet while planning your wedding ensemble.
Floral crowns or hair flowers are great options, particularly if you like the boho look.
Bridesmaids Bouquets are a great way for your best friends to participate in the fabulous floristry as well. Mix and match or stick to one colour scheme, just make sure they complement your bridal bouquet.
Groom and his groomsmen Boutonnieres are bouquets of one or two flowers with added foliage that serve as a badge of honour and bind your wedding party’s outfits together.
Regardless of how and where you walk down the aisle, ceremony and pew florals will bring your whole wedding day to life.
Floral Arches are a wonderful feature to have when you say your vows; you can go with a traditional wooden arch with classic roses or a modern metal circular style.
Entrance flowers are a beautiful way to welcome your guests to your wedding reception.
The use of floristry in table centrepieces can range from subtle foliage to spectacular central displays.
Now it’s up to the professional florists to share their tips for making your wedding bloom beautifully…
“While Pinterest is a great place to get ideas, I believe it’s critical to be true to yourself and inject some personality into your wedding; don’t play it safe when planning the most important day of your life! I’m not a big fan of themes, but I do appreciate personal touches and originality.