The Role Of Flowers

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A wedding can involve many many flowers. I love flowers and am personally a big fan of the real thing! (The ‘silk’ vs ‘real’ debate can be left for another time!)

The typical arrangements of flowers used for a wedding are:

Bridal Bouquet

Pretty rose bouquet designed by Best Buds


Bridesmaid’s Bouquets

The bridesmaid’s bouquet can compliment the bride’s bouquet by using similar textures- like this arrangement by Rachel Read Florist

 

Boutonnieres (also known as buttonholes)

A smart boutonniere by Best Buds

Corsages

Love the vibrant orange in this corsage by Blooming Brides

Flower girl arrangement

For something different, a flower ball from Brides in Bloom

The optional extras are:

Hair Flowers

Beautiful bridesmaids hair by Julie Pilcher Flowers

Throwaway Bouquet

Stylish bouquet by Blooming Brides

 

Ceremony

Altar (or front) Arrangements

A rose and lily adorned church by Always Fabulous Flowers

Aisle Flowers

Pretty aisle decoration by Flowers For Everyone

Petals for throwing

Soft paper cones for showering the happy couple with petals by Julie Pilcher Flowers

Reception
Centrepieces

Tall rose centerpieces by Always Fabulous Flowers

Head Table Decoration

A modern take on the tradition bridal table flowers by Flowers For Everyone

Bathroom

Don’t forget the bathroom with this gorgeous arrangement by Rachel Reid Florist

Cake Flowers

Yummy cake from Brides in Bloom

Your flowers, where they go and what you choose is simply limited by your imagination (and the season!) The possibilities are endless- bouquets can be a posy or a trailing one. Flower girls can hold flower balls or a basket of petals- that’s just the beginning! Flowers are a beautiful way to add colour, scent and style to any wedding.

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