Whatever the theme you have in mind, we can help you design your wedding flowers from Church arrangements to bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages and table pieces.
Some designs to consider for your bouquet:
Formal Posy: small, round, slightly domed finish with circle of neat foliage. Roses are a popular choice for a formal posy.
Teardrop Bouquet: This is a structured, formal round topped bouquet trailing down into a tear drop shape. Lilliums, roses, orchids, lisianthus and many other flowers are suited to a teardop style.
Arm Spray: The arm spray can be a loosely arranged collection of flowers or a classical, elegant spray tied towards the base.
Cascade Bouquet: Usually an unstructured array of lillies, roses, tulips, with many cascading sprays of ivy, asparagus fern and flowing flowers such as dendrobium orchids.
Trailing Bouquet: Similar to the Cascading bouquet but with a more tapered finish, usually one central trail.
Hair: Continue your theme with a stunning headdress. Fresh flowers make a great finish to any bridal hairstyle.
Soft, romantic, fragrant - who could ask for anything more. Peonies are a popular choice for brides.....but they are only available in November and December. Available in a range of pinks, white and cerise.
Gerberas work well in wedding posies, especially when secondary flowers such as freesias and alstroemerias are strategically placed throughout to help soften the look. Some brides prefer gerberas on their own and this would be a personal choice for the bride to make.
Roses are well suited for wedding flowers and come in a great range of colours most of which are available all year round. Wiring and taping of roses is usually necessary to minimise the risk of the blooms breaking and bending during the wedding.
Singapore Orchids are a wonderful choice for a simple but classical wedding bouquet particularly as a natural stemmed bouquet or arm spray. Available for most of the year however January can usually be a difficult time to obtain a good supply of Singapore orchids.
Corsages are usually worn by the ladies, for example, the mother of the bride and groom and grandmothers. Roses, carnations, small natives, freesias, orchids are suitable.
For the Groom, his attendants and the parents of the Bridal party. Usually the Groom's buttonhole is constructed to match the Bride's bouquet, with one main bloom and foliage or a combination of complimenting flowers and foliages. The Groomsmen and parents usually follow a similar theme.
Wedding Flower Checklist
- bridal bouquet
- bridesmaids' bouquets
- bridal hairpiece
- bridesmaids' hairpieces
- flower girl
- flower girl hairpiece
- groom boutonniere
- groomsmen's boutonniere
- page boy
- master of ceremony (MC) boutonniere
- mothers' corsages
- fathers' boutonniere
- church flowers - pews, altar, foyer
- reception flowers - tables, foyer,
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