You can have the wedding of your dreams
and you can have it at any location imaginable - when you carefully plan and select your wedding flowers and lighting.
The beauty and fragrance of flowers in combination with the use of natural light, candle light and lighting fixtures sets or enhances your wedding theme. If you've always planned to be married in a romantic paradise, set the scene with soft lighting and warm or pastel shades of pink, lilac, creamy white, gold-tones in the lights, flowers, and ribbons.
You can put together and design the wedding bouquets and arrangements that you want - easily on our magnetic "build your bouquet" page - then print the page and take it to your florist!
If you have your heart set on a lively, party, wedding-celebration, use bright lighting, and brilliant splashes of golds, oranges, cobalt blues, hot pinks, purples and reds in your flowers and accessories.
| Planning for wedding flowers and floral arrangements should begin several months in advance and you should have initial contact with your florist at least one month prior to your wedding. |
If you require a large number of arrangements or elaborate designs, your florist may need to start preparation a full week before the wedding. Color-matched ribbons and unique flowers as well as other floral accessories can take time for the florist to special order - often a week (sometimes longer).
|If you feel overwhelmed at your first visit, remember, flowers, weddding bouquets and arrangements are the florist's specialty.|
|Your florist will be able to offer suggestions and provide you with examples of his or her previous work with flowers, styles, color coordination, accessories and decorations.|
| When you visit your florist, take a picture of your dress, your bridesmaids' dresses and your groom's clothing. Also take swatches of fabrics including your gown (unless it's pure white) and any pictures from magazines of wedding bouquets, bridal bouquets or wedding flowers that are appealing to you.|
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