Meeting with the flower shop soon? Then it's time to put together a list of wedding flowers. If you keep it simple, you may only need to bouquets, corsages, and centerpieces.
If you're going all out, however, you might want cocktails at each table setting and even in the bathroom. You can browse www.wildernessflowers.com.au if you're looking for wedding flowers.
Either way, this guide will help you think more every flower that perhaps you may desire for your wedding, to the right for the cake and throwing flower petals.
Who's got flowers at the wedding? Clearly, the bride and bridesmaid, but there are others that would potentially require a personal interest, too. Here every personal interest to consider:
- Bridal bouquet
- Bridal hair flowers or flower crown
- bouquets Bridesmaids'
- Throwing the bouquet (for the bouquet toss at the reception)
- bouquet flower girl (or basket of petals, flower, or pomander)
- groom boutonniere
- groomsmen's boutonnieres
- boutonniere ring bearer
- Mother of the bride corsage or bouquet of flowers
- The mother of the groom's corsage or bouquet of flowers
- The father of the bride boutonniere
- The father of the groom's boutonniere
- corsage grandmother
- corsage grandfather
- The officiant boutonniere
- corsage usher
You need flowers for the ceremony, as well. Be sure to talk with your florist about what (if any) of your ceremony flowers can be re-purposed in the reception to save money. The following settings are commonly used during the ceremony:
- Entrance or welcome table settings
- Altar or chuppah settings
- Pew or chair settings
- wedding decorations
- throw petals for guests