Choosing your Bridal Bouquet Flowers is an important part of your wedding day preparation. Plan ahead and consult to be sure that you can get a good quantity of flowers in the colors you want for your special day.
Before meeting with us or your local florist look through a lot of magazines, galleries and so on to get inspiration on what colors you like and the level of formality you want to go for.
Consult with local florists and be up front about your budget. Consider the time of year that you are getting married when picking your flowers and choose flowers that are in season and readily available. Don’t plan a rose-filled wedding around Valentine’s Day or you’ll pay a premium.
To have your flowers look their most beautiful you will want to know that the florist will be arranging them the day before the wedding, so have the scheduling done for the flowers to arrive no more than 2 or 3 days prior to your wedding and have the time allocated for the trimming and arranging the day before.
Choose a colour palette and select bridal bouquet flowers that are in season that fit that palette.
Depending on the season of your wedding, you can pick beautiful bouquets from your own garden, or elicit help from friends and family who have green thumbs. If you want specific flowers, plan ahead and get the type and colours you want in the ground early.
This is just a simple set of reminders, yet the biggest investment we suggest you make is the emotional connection between you and your partner. Then choosing your flowers remains simply a symbol of your most important partnership after your relationship with your ultimate love, the Creator.