In a rush? Here are three super-quick tips for gorgeous wedding flowers and happy couples:
💗 Choose the right wedding florist for your vision
This is a biggie! You should have an idea of their style before enquiring, please don’t ask your florist for a super round, tight bouquet if all of their images show light, airy designs with lots of movement!
💗 Focus on vibe over specific flowers
The more creative freedom your wedding florist has, the more magic you’ll see on your big day. We’ll create your mood board together which focuses on a colour palette, and we’ll use it to select the most beautiful flowers in season at the time, I promise you won’t be disappointed.
💗 More is MORE
You’ll see more value for money by prioritising high-impact floral arrangements such as archways, meadows, fireplace and staircase features which will be reflected in your photos, memories and guest reactions. What’s more, these types of designs can be repurposed from Ceremony to Reception, making your money go even further.
💗 Don’t follow the crowd
Don’t feel pressured to include certain items if you don’t want them. Convinced you HAVE to have buttonholes but aren’t feeling them? Have you been told you need Thank You Bouquets but don’t want to include them? Your wedding, your rules. These are areas where the budget can be saved and transferred into higher-impact designs that you’re more likely to remember.
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