Flowers are one of the most important visual elements of your wedding day - they enhance the overall theme of the day, create a colourful and fragrant impact and reflect your individuality. When
choosing a florists it is important that they understand the "look" that you want to create. It's best to ask around for recommendations from friends and family when searching for the right
florist. Some florists are booking out months in advance during peak "Wedding Season". It's best to start early and get a booking to secure your date.
Flowers make your whole wedding come alive so take your time, listen to advice and choose wisely. Think of the climate and typical weather conditions for this time of year - it's best to choose flowers that are in season and suited to the condition for this particular time of year. During the summer months not all flowers will last the distance. Keep a water atomizer handy. Lightly spray the bouquets to keep them fresh.
Favourite flowers used at the moment are roses, orchids and lilies. Informal bouquets of lisianthus, freesias and ranuncuulus are becoming more popular. Carnations have ever made a bit of comeback this year. Berries, twigs, dodda vine and tropical leaves are great to use for something a little different.