Looking for wedding flowers is not easy. Don’t just walk into any florist or flower
You must choose a professional florist that you can trust will deliver the high quality expected
at a wedding.
Make sure they have dealt with weddings before; they should be able to show you a portfolio of
weddings they took care of. There are a great variety of flowers and they can be divided by season. Most people
obviously will be looking at summer flowers, because most weddings take place during the summer season.
I was told by a florist friend of mine that a surprisingly high number of brides enquire about
winter flowers. I think this mostly applies to the United Kingdom and Canada, as people in these
parts of the world marry at any time of the year, regardless of the season.
Fall flowers are always a big hit, as fall (or autumn) is a good season for weddings.
It’s not as hot as summer and not too cold yet and the colors are beautifully romantic. It's worth taking a look at
this site for wedding flower ideas and inspiration.
Taking care of flowers at weddings is a much bigger task than most people can imagine. Depending on
the budget, florists will have to fill up an amazing amount of empty spaces.
Anyone knows how empty a church looks like without flowers. Some people also like to decorate
the venue and this is like another church in terms of amount of flowers. An advice: make sure the minister agrees
with your wedding flowers. Sometimes they have very unpredictable reactions to some kind of flowers or
decorations. I remember a couple that had arranged to have the church decorated with a very beautiful flower
composition that included red chili peppers... in the end they had to pick them all out, because the minister
wouldn’t allow the ceremony to start and kept all the guests waiting outside the church.
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