Wedding Flowers & Decorations |

By: Floret  09-12-2011
Keywords: Wedding, Flowers, bride

Weddings flowers should be an absolute reflection of the bride and the groom.

Aside from knowing what the wedding dress will look like and the where the wedding will take place, every bride should give thought to the touches that she feels will make her wedding meaningful. This can be accomplished in creative ways by incorporating a special locket or charm into a bridal bouquet or ensuring that a favourite colour or flower is included in all the arrangements.

For examples, please view our portfolio.

From beautiful wedding bouquets, to stunning alter arrangements for the ceremony and candle-lit centerpieces and backdrop and head table decorations for the wedding banquet, each bride is given as much or as a little support as she needs using the finest materials and props.

Personal flowers:
  • Bridal bouquets
  • Bridesmaids’ bouquets
  • Boutonnieres
  • Corsages
  • Flower girl baskets or posies
  • Altar arrangements
  • Arches
  • Pew decorations
  • Aisle runners
  • Signing of the register
  • Centerpieces
  • Head table & Cake table floral
  • Chuppahs
  • Arches
  • Backdrops
  • Head table & Cake table draping and swagging
  • Receiving table
  • Chair covers

In the initial consultation, the floral and decorating needs of the bride are determined, colour combinations selected and seasonal flower availability and budget discussed.

Every bride is given access to our library of photographs and reference books. The initial consultation lasts typically between one to two hours and is by appointment only.

Tip: How to get more out of your wedding consultation

Consultations are only as meaningful as the amount of information that the bride and groom can provide. Also, it is important for the couple to have some idea about the priority they wish to place on their flowers and decorations relative to other aspects of their wedding and to able to define the style that they would like to express.

Clipping pictures of flowers, colour combinations and settings that evoke the feeling that they want to have conveyed is a good way to start. Also, thinking in terms of adjectives such as natural, elegant, garden-like may also be helpful.

Keywords: bridal bouquets, bride, Decorations, Flowers, Wedding

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