The Truly Gorgeous Flowers guide to choosing a wedding florist and flowers

The Truly Gorgeous Flowers guide to choosing a wedding florist and flowers will help you to get your big day just right.

The Florist

Contact as early as possible – popular florists can be booked up months ahead.
• To help your florist get creative, tell her/him
• Your budget
• Preferred style/theme – contemporary, vintage, natural
• Preferred flowers, aromas and colours
• The season of the wedding

The Flowers

Think about where you want your owers, prioritise must-haves and nice-to-haves:
• The bouquet

• Wedding party

• Church or civil building

• Reception and tables

Making Choices

• Take inspiration – use wedding magazines, shows, celebrities, trends, blogs, pintrest.

• Special meanings – consider a flower your grandmother/ mother had their bouquet eg Lily of the Valley or other significant moment.

• The gown – the bouquet should complement the dress, bigger dresses can take more amboyant bouquets. The dress colour will also influence flower choices.


The Posy

It is petite, compact and perfect for showing off a simple, elegant dress. Designed to be held in one hand with stems elegantly wrapped in silk ribbon and fastened with pearl pins.

Hand-tied Bouquet /Tear Drop Arrangements

The perfect choices for fuller, detailed dresses as well as rustic and vintage wedding styles. Flowers vary in length, colour and texture, offering a natural just picked look.

Cascading Bridal Bouquet

Features flowers that create a cascading effect with long trailing foliage like eucalyptus, ivy or fern. Fits both elegant and fuller dresses. As a qualified florist, I will advise you on all floral needs – let me help you to create your dream wedding.

Get in Touch

Call Suzanne Day to arrange a wedding consultation 

01908 564200

Designer Florist,

Truly Gorgeous Flowers

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