Let’s face it – when the big day arrives, there are a lot of daunting tasks to take care of. Planning your special day and making a list, is however a must, especially when it comes to your wedding accessories and wedding party flowers.
But how many wedding flowers you actually need?

Wedding Party Flowers

The first category of flowers for your wedding are essentially the wedding party flowers. They include (the most important) bridal bouquet, followed by the bridesmaid bouquets, bridesmaid headdresses, flower-girl posies and the groom’s buttonhole accessorised in the most proper way. Keeping all of these flowers in mind is of utmost importance for a great wedding party.

Church Flowers for Your Wedding

The church flowers are another category you should not compromise on. Columns, pew-ends, altar and entrance flowers are all important aspects so that your wedding is memorable and accessorised in the best way possible.

Flower Arrangements For Your Civil Ceremony

Next on the list are the civil ceremony flowers. The entrance and registrar’s table are the primary points where the wedding flowers should be put.

Reception Flowers

Ultimately, the reception flowers should put a great accent to the wedding decor. Everything should be in line and the wedding reception flowers should be placed on the entrance, pedestal arrangements, top table, other tables, next to the wedding cake etc. Also, you may want to consider decorating your cars and transport with unique wedding flowers – and any additional arrangements that may need such decor.

In the end, it all comes down to setting a budget, taking this list and setting up an appointment to sit with your florist and seeing the variety of flowers that will best suit your wedding theme.