When choosing flowers for your bouquet, you should consider everything from the dress to the venue and even your figure. For example, if you’re very petite, a very large cascading bouquet will probably be so overwhelming that it will hide your figure (and that dress you spent so long picking out). But at the end of the day, you should choose a bouquet that matches your overall style and personality, even if it’s not something that you would normally consider a “beach wedding bouquet.
Flowers are more than just the bouquet, Venue flowers, centrepieces for the tables even the traditional bouquets for the mums.
Wedding florals can be as minimal as you want depending on the overall theme of your day. Common blooms include the traditional rose, lilies, peony, Common carnations when used correctly make amazing arrangements. Sometimes it is good to work out the box with florals that are different from the norm.
We work with some of the best florists so you can be sure that your flowers will be of the best quality. Whether you want just a single bloom or masses of beautiful blooms we will work with you to get the perfect balance.
Floral trends change each year but some things remain traditional but with subtle twists.
Flower walls have become popular and make fantastic photo backdrops.
Gypsophila has become more than just a filler, whole bouquets of tiny white flowers look so romantic as well as giving it the rustic look. This can be carried on to the table centrepieces or runners.