A bouquet is the Bride’s ultimate accessory on her big day and will appear in many of the wedding photographs.
A bride’s bouquet should be designed to complement her bridal gown and the general style of her wedding whether it takes place in a small country church or a sleek modern venue.
We offer a full range of designs from modern minimalist arrangements to traditional posies. When the bouquet arrives on the day of the wedding, it should be put in a cool place. The stems should be checked to make sure that they are immersed in water.
The bridesmaids’ flowers should co-ordinate with the bridal bouquet. Bridesmaids’ bouquets often use the same flowers as the bride but in a smaller arrangement. Younger bridesmaids may prefer to wear a floral headband or carry a pomander or a basket of petals.
Buttonholes & Corsages
Buttonholes and corsages help to identify and unify the main members of the wedding party. The groom’s buttonhole usually features a flower from the bridal bouquet, often with additional embellishments. Ushers and the best man may have a single flower in a different color. Close relatives would normally be included. Ask your florist for buttonholes for gentlemen and corsages for ladies.
Flowers at the lych-gate create a beautiful entrance. Pew ends can be enhanced with flowers and bows, whilst columns can be garlanded with flowers. Check with the venue prior to ordering to ensure no restrictions apply. Most of the festivities take place at the reception venue and choosing the right displays can dramatically transform the space. Larger reception rooms should use relatively tall floral arrangements to fill the space and make a bold statement. Swags of flowers can be used to enhance mantlepieces and doorways. Chair backs can be dressed with bows and flowers. Wedding cakes can also be decorated with flowers. They can also be used to dress the handles of the cake knife and champagne flutes for the toast.