Wedding flowers checklist
Wedding flowers can play as little or as large role in your wedding as you want. Some people like to have very few flowers, whereas others love to have garlands left, right and centre!
The type of flowers you choose can have different meanings and can represent different aspects of your relationship. There are many different times when you can use flowers, from the held bouquets to the reception and ceremony decor. If you are nostalgic and like to keep your flowers, why not consider artificial flowers?
The options for wedding flowers really are endless and you can have flowers wherever you feel necessary, but here are a few suggestions if you are finding it a little tricky…
- Bridal bouquet
- Bridesmaids bouquets
- Any flower crowns or hair flowers
- The flowers for the flower girls
- The groom’s buttonhole
- Corsages or buttonholes for the mothers
- Groomsmen buttonholes
- Buttonholes for the fathers
- The church or ceremony flowers
- Pew ends
- Flowers for the cake
- Reception flowers
- Table centres
- Thank you bouquets
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