What do I need to know about Wedding Flowers?

Is one boutonniere enough for each of my groomsmen?

You would like to have at least one extra boutonniere, possibly two, for the groomsmen. Flowers are very fragile, especially boutonnieres because they’re so little. They very often break, so you need to have a replacement. The groom should always have a replacement boutonniere. He’s the guy that gets hugged the most at the wedding, and his boutonniere is just going to get mashed. We like to have an extra one for him right before the grand entrance, so he can look fresh and beautiful to come into the room.

Does it matter how I hold my bouquet at my wedding?

It does matter how you hold your wedding bouquet, because if you hold it up too high, it’s going to be up under your chin and it’s not going to look good in the pictures. We always tell the bride and the bridesmaids to hold that bouquet down at bellybutton level.

2 Responses to What do I need to know about Wedding Flowers?

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