Where are the areas in a wedding ceremony that needs flowers? How is it different from a traditional versus a non-traditionalwedding ceremony (e.g. flowers for a beach theme wedding)?
Flowers are part of a wedding ceremony and is used to brighten up the venue. Though the guests might not be fully appreciative of the flowers that are on display, they do spend some time to view them.
You could use real flowers or silk flowers in the floral arrangements. Silk flowers are gaining in popularity due to their lower prices.
Here are some areas where you will need wedding flowers:
This bridal bouquet is the limelight of the event as it is commonly tossed to the single women.
There are many styles to choose from, from the very simple to the lavish one.
Bridesmaids & Flower Girls’ Bouquet
These bouquets are usually simpler and smaller in size.
Groom and Groomsmen’s Boutonnieres
The boutonnieres are single bud or multiple buds attached on the left lapel of the jacket.
Depending on what you want, you could distinguish the groom’s one from the rest.
You can arrange for wrist band type or pin on corsages for your mothers and special guests.
This is another area flowers are used extensively to decorate the place, which might include the tables and centerpieces.
The floral arrangements might vary according to the theme of the wedding. If you are choosing a beach theme wedding, you might opt for tropical flowers to liven the reception area.
Or you can choose your favorite flowers.
If both of you like flowers so much and want to spice up the venue to be a mini garden, beware! Don’t overdo it! You might want to try using balloons or candles to add variety to the venue decoration.
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