Wedding Flower Guide – Checklist of Floral Arrangements You Will Need for Your Wedding
When planning your wedding, you will need to select many different floral arrangements for your ceremony, reception and some very important people. Remember that many florists charge a set up feet to deliver and set up your flowers. Make sure when you finalize your order that your florist knows where your locations are and what time the flowers need to be set up by.
Here is a list of arrangements you will need to purchase for your wedding.
Bridal Bouquet: The bridal bouquet is one of the most important elements to the bride’s wardrobe, second only to the wedding dress. This should be given special attention because it will make a strong impact as you walk down the aisle and also during your wedding photographs. Traditionally, the bridal bouquet is carried low enough to reveal the details of the bridal gown. Consider bouquets which will compliment your gown and your stature. Carry a smaller bouquet if you are petite or if your gown is ornate. Carry a larger bouquet if your dress is simple, or if you are tall. The most popular styles are cascade, cluster, contemporary and hand tied bouquets. The most popular color for bridal bouquets is white; however, feel free to incorporate any of your favorite colors or your color scheme within your bouquet. If you select a delicate floral arrangement, make sure your florist uses a bouquet holder to keep them fresh – or your flowers may droop and wilt.
Tossing Bouquet: If you want to preserve your bridal bouquet, you may want to consider having your florist make up a smaller, less expensive bouquet just for tossing.
Maid of Honor’s Bouquet: The Maid of Honor’s bouquet should be somewhat larger than the bridesmaid’s bouquets. You can also add different flowers or colors to set her apart from the other bridesmaids.
Bridesmaids’ Bouquets: Generally, the bridesmaids’ bouquets compliment their dresses and are smaller in size than...
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