What Wedding Flowers Do We Need?
Use your wedding flowers to set the tone and reflect the wedding of your dreams. You may want to be surrounded by romantic, delicate blooms, or make a statement with flower or colour choices, you may want all forest and natives for a rustic forest vibe, or you may just want to keep it super simple and let the dress and the venue speak for themselves.
Full disclosure, you are asking a florist so my short answer would be -- you need flowers on everything! But it’s not my wedding, it’s yours, so you can have your flowers exactly how you have dreamt about them!. While the usual starting point is bouquets and buttonholes, however your wedding is set up, you want to make sure it feels like you as a couple.
Below is a list of the most common floral pieces we do, to give you some inspiration of what could be possible for your wedding. And if there’s something you’re dreaming of that isn’t on the list get in touch- I wasn’t kidding that I love to put flowers on everything!
- Bridal Bouquet
- Bridesmaids Bouquets
- Bridesmaids Foliage Posies
- Flower Girl Posies
- Flower Girl Rose Petal Basket
- Toss Bouquet
- Groom Buttonhole (can be made to match the groomsmen or made to stand out)
- Groomsman Buttonholes
- Fathers Buttonholes (and family) (on both sides)
- Junior Buttonholes (Made smaller in size and finished with magnets instead of pins)
- Wrist Corsages for the Mothers (and family) – made on snap bracelets and finished in ribbon
- Lapel Corsages for the Mothers (and family)- finished with magnets rather than pins for delicate fabrics
- Full Head Crown - in a range of the bridal flowers
- Half Head Crown – in a range of the bridal flowers
- Full Head Crown – in a single bloom such as wax flower or baby’s breath
- Half Head Crown – in a single bloom such as wax flower or baby’s breath
- A Flower Comb - in a selection of the bridal flowers
- Individual Stems- wired and taped to be popped in throughout the hair
- Arbour Decorations – can range from a single corner piece to a full coverage arbour
- Floral Pillars to frame the couple – they are standalone and can either be asymmetrical in height or made to match
- Barrel Arrangements
- Crate Arrangement– can work particularly well complementing an arbour or a pillar construction
- Ground Level Aisle Flowers
- Arrangements attached to the chairs lining the aisle
- Signing Table Arrangement
- Rose Petals for the Aisle
- Welcome Sign
- Bridal Table
- Guest Tables
- Cake Flowers
- Napkin Settings
- Bar Arrangement
- Barrel Arrangement
- Lounge/Outdoor Seating Arrangement
- Ceiling Installations
- Framing Doorways
- Staircase arrangement
If you're looking for a doggy floral collar or something similar, we recommend you go check out Veils and Tails. They can take you and your four legged friend through the steps to see what they’re comfortable with and make a floral piece accordingly.
Extra corsages and buttonholes are also available for distinguished guests who are close family members, chosen family or who may have travelled a long way to get to the wedding. These are always greatly appreciated.