From bouquets and boutonnières through to pew flowers and centrepieces
Flowers are an integral part of the wedding ceremony as well as the reception. They help to convey your theme and inspiration, and add an exquisite touch that can’t be replicated or replaced by any other type of decoration.
Your bouquet acts as an accessory to your gown and will be a feature in many of your photographs. Likewise, the flowers for the bridesmaids together with button holes (or boutonnières) for the boys, adds a very special finishing touch to their outfits.
The sombre interior of a church that features lots of wood can be softened and uplifted through the use of flowers to decorate the ends of each pew, while centrepieces don’t simply make your reception tables look pretty – they also help to encourage interaction between guests sitting opposite one another.
You budget and your style are just two of the important things the florist will need to know. The following sections are packed with floral inspiration and provide lots of information on other things to keep in mind when planning your wedding flowers.