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
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
• 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.
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.