Nothing else sets the tone of the event more than your flowers.
They'll appear in most of your pictures and become an important part of your most treasured memories.
Simply find a wedding florist that is passionate about floral design and about the quality of the flowers they use.
Are you a novice when it comes to wedding flowers? The process of planning flowers for an event requires a number of floral decisions about wedding bouquets, boutonnieres, centerpieces and arrangements.
It can seem overwhelming.
Not to worry! Those florists that specialize in weddings can guide you through it all so you can enjoy the process without wilting from the stress.
The range of floral types and colors now available to florists year-round is simply amazing.
The global expansion of flower growers and greenhouses, the use of the Internet for ordering and improved shipping has dramatically increased the availability of unique blooms available for use as wedding flowers.
When it comes to wedding flowers, details are extremely important.
When you meet with your wedding florist, bring the colors of your wedding in some form.
Swatches of fabric are a great help in matching colors.
If you don't have a swatch, go to your local paint store and match your dresses to their color paint chips and bring those.
Also bring to your consultation any floral ideas that you would like incorporated into your wedding plans.
Your wedding florist can help you create custom designs, bridal bouquets, bridal headpieces, bridal flowers, flowers for the reception, and reception centerpieces and decorations.
The goal of the floral design specialists is to make your wedding day unforgettable.
Wedding flowers should not be a budget breaker.
Most good wedding florists can work within any floral budget.
For a traditional wedding you can expect to spend about 8-10% of your overall budget on wedding flowers.
As costs continue to rise, more couples are budgeting more carefully.
Ask about the costs of local flowers.
Sometime they're less expensive.
Also consider the possibility of use the same arrangements for the wedding and the reception.