Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life; you need to feel comfortable that I understand exactly what you want. In order to ensure this I like to arrange to have a few personal consultations with my clients leading up to the wedding, which allows time for big changes, small amendments and adding the final special touches.
The breadth of my wedding floral experience is wide and you can be sure that whether you are getting married in a church, or a registry office or hotel, my dedication to your special day will ensure that I will work hard behind the scenes to make your flowers and your day breath taking. Setting a budget is a good practice and I am happy to one.
The selection of flowers you choose to compliment your dress will say as much about you as your ceremony and setting. Consider not only the type of flower, but also colour, shape, and accents. From shower bouquet to hand tied all options will be considered in the consultations.
The bridesmaids usually carry posies which are smaller than the bride’s bouquet. The colour and style should match their dresses and the overall scheme of the wedding.
Button holes are worn by the groom, the couple’s fathers, the best man and the ushers. The groom usually wears a single flower to match the brides dress and bouquet. The best man, the fathers and the ushers will wear a slightly different design. Corsage’s are of much the same simplicity and are worn by the mothers of the couple, and other female guests if required. These are created to compliment the outfits worn, rather than to match the wedding scheme. Corsage’s can be worn on the outfit itself, on the bag or on the wrist.
Your reception flowers will be an integral part of your wedding day as well. Consider the mood you’d like to set for your guests as they enter your reception site. The centrepieces on your dining tables will have the greatest impact. Your vision for these centrepieces may be simple and understated or extraordinarily lavish. The choices you make here will depend greatly on the formality and size of your location, as well as your own personal style. Tall lush pedestal or candelabra centrepieces that appear to ‘float’ above the tables would work beautifully in a grand ballroom type setting and will leave a lasting impression with guests. Shorter centrepieces will shine as the focal point of the tables in a smaller space, and at just the right height they will still allow guests to converse. I have a vast collection of table arrangement accessories for you to consider, from fishbowls and tea lights, to huge Martini shaped vases and candelabras.
The possibilities are almost endless when it comes to decorating your service and reception sites. If your service is to take place in a church, you can certainly decorate the altar with large floral pedestals in your colour scheme, which will help to evoke the mood of your wedding and what’s to follow. The pews are usually chosen to be dressed in greenery, ribbons and flowers. Decorating the gates of the church creates a gorgeous entrance for yourself and your guests, and this can be extended further to have bay trees and the door of the church. These are great ways to make an impact on your guests as they enter the church.
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