Wedding season is in full swing, and if you are planning a wedding for next year, then you will be getting inspired by what you see now, both at other people’s weddings and at wedding fayres. There is a lot to organise when it comes to a wedding, and one of the big decisions that you will have to consider is the choice of flowers that you use.
Flowers are a key part of the style of a wedding, and it is important to choose blooms that you feel a connection to and that are well suited to the theme of the wedding. If you don’t have a lot of knowledge when it comes to flowers, it can feel like a bit of a minefield too!
The first thing to do when you are planning your wedding flowers is to work out what your budget is. This way, you will be able to speak to the florist and they will know what they are working with and will be able to speak to you about your options. Find a local florist that can do wedding flowers like this Gloucestershire florist flowershedtewkesbury.co.uk/wedding-flowers-tewkesbury-gloucestershire/
Ask to see examples of their previous work too, and you will be able to get a good idea of the flowers that they provide. When thinking about your flowers, think about the things that you consider to be a must and then have things that you would like to have if budget allows. Things that you will want to prioritise are the buttonholes and bridal bouquet, and you might want to also have things like table centrepieces, church aisle flowers and arches of flowers, but of course you need to see what your budget is able to stretch too.
When it comes to the types of flowers that you use, florists are very knowledgeable, and you will be able to ask them for advice. Of course, the more information that you give them the better, for example, a bohemian style wedding is well suited to wildflowers whereas a more traditional wedding bouquet might incorporate roses and lilies.
It is also worth thinking about what flowers are in season when you get married as these will look better – of course in the summer months you will have more choice, however there are beautiful wedding bouquets with a winter theme too, incorporating evergreen plants such as holly and ivy.