Choosing the right flowers for weddings

Advances in technology may have led to people remaining connected to the ground realities most of the time, nevertheless, the word ‘Wedding’ still rings a bell, that of magic, enchantment and joy!

Unlike earlier days, gone are the days of the run-of-the-mill Weddings, the stereotyped bride and groom dress, the walk down the aisle, the vows and reception! Weddings are more innovative these days, with themes being set, Wedding planners in place, trying to innovate and outperform with every wedding planned, from Car based weddings, to food variants being served on conveyor belts!

Weddings 2011

Weddings 2011 (Photo credit: The Style PA)

In all these innovative (or otherwise) weddings, flowers play a crucial role, be it to dictate and highlight the theme for the wedding, through the arrangements or by adorning the bride and the bridesmaids or through providing them as compliments to the guests. Flowers fit in, in almost every aspect of weddings, across cultures.

Hence it becomes important to take good care while choosing the flowers for a wedding.

Weddings enchanted – Choice of flowers!

Firstly, start with setting a Theme for your wedding, in discussion with your wedding planner. Theme can be classic, traditional, rustic, casual, glamorous, white wedding, beach, candles and many more. Once you have the theme in place, visualize the kind of arrangement you would like, discuss with your partner to share your vision or refrain, if you want to surprise your partner!

Based on the theme, the desired arrangement, choose the type and color of flowers. This can be done in tandem with your florist or wedding planner. Depending on the season, you can opt for seasonal flowers or even exclusive flowers.

From here, allow your florist and wedding planner to take over, with you only being there for occasional supervision, for it is good to leave the experts at work!

Have a blissful Wedding!



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