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1.USE PINTEREST FOR INSPIRATION.
Pinterest is amazing. It's like 50,000 free bridal magazines and one collage board, sans-scissors and glue sticks.
2. DETERMINE WHO GETS FLOWERS. You can find helpful Information below.
3. GET A FEEL FOR THE FLOWERS YOU LIKE. Especially, what you don't like.
4. GET ROUGH NUMBERS. Estimate how many table centerpieces you'll need and what type you want. Types to choose from: flowers in a vase, garlands, table runner, sprigs for menus and napkins, a wreath, lanterns, etc. etc. Also think about where else in the room you might want flowers, like chair swag, an altar, the cake, decor tables, etc. Are you going to rent the floral containers or will you purchase them yourself and then hand them over to the florist the week before your wedding? All things to think about. Here's how I would estimate the number of table centerpieces you'll need when you don't even know how many guests will be coming: # guests expected (= 80% or so of total invited) ÷ 8 or 10* = # table centerpieces *8 if your tables seat 8, 10 if they can fit 10. Tables of 10 have to be at least 72" rounds.
5. BE READY TO BE TOLD WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW. You might not realize that white flowers look their whitest when mixed with greenery. Or that hydrangeas really don't last long at all in the heat. Certainly you are going to the consultation to figure out budget and logistics and to narrow down your must haves. So have an open mind when receiving answers and let yourself be wooed. Florists are creative beings so let them wander away from your initial inspiration a bit.
The bridal bouquet tends to be a main focus of the bride’s attire aside from her dress. Exotic flowers, ribbons, jewels and other embellishments can be added to the boutique to make it truly unique. It can be customized to correspond with wedding colors and scheme.
Each bridesmaid, as well as junior bridesmaids, should have her own bouquet but many brides are choosing to keep them quite simple and limited to just a few flowers or wear corsages instead of traditional bouquets. Bridesmaid’s bouquets can be easily customized to match any wedding theme or décor.
Aside from the groom and groomsmen, the parents of the couple should receive boutonnieres and corsages as well as the grandparents in attendance. Anyone who has a small part in the ceremony such as ushers, ring bearer, and readers should also be given one.
The flowers you have displayed at your ceremony location tend to be large and elaborate arrangements. Flowers around the altar and arrangements at the beginning and end of the aisle are also common features that can be tall, creating a stunning frame to capture the bride, groom and the rest of the bridal party as they make their entrance and exists.
Flowers are a prominent feature in the reception venue décor and depending on your wedding theme, these can be simple and sweet with a rustic touch to luxurious and massive for those chic and traditional themes.
Centerpieces will be the focal point of each table for your guests and they can average out to cost $80 each depending on the height, flowers and additional details you want to include.
The flower girl tends to have plenty of flowers surrounding her on the big day. From a small corsage to an adorable flower headpiece that can match the bridal party bouquets, this is one often forgotten factor of wedding decorations costs.
You want to make sure your flower girl has plenty of petals to toss down the aisle for the bride’s big entrance, but flower petals can also be a simple way to decorate shelves, mantels, stairways and other empty spaces that could use a little color if they look too bare.