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Wedding Flowers at Church and Reception

Wedding flowers are vital to the success of the big day. Regardless of the size of the wedding, every bride knows the importance of getting her flowers right on the day. If you do not get your flowers right, you may feel that one of the most important days of your life will be flawed forever. Arrangements bring the church and reception venue to life, filling them with bright happy colours and the aroma of their perfume puts everyone in good humor.

Flowers play a very big role in any wedding, whether big or small regardless of the its theme, combining the right kinds of flowers to make the bridal bouquets can produce a masterpiece that any bride would be proud of. Topping the wedding cake with fresh flowers, though not unusual, is not common and can transform it into the centrepiece of the room. Even when your wedding flowers are not arranged to be the centre of attraction, but are there to add background, they add to the atmosphere and bring the other decorations together to complete the look or theme that the planner or bride is trying to achieve.

Wedding flowers and accompanying floral arrangements will be featured in the wedding photographs and will never be forgotten. The bride, bridesmaids and flower-girls will all have their own bouquets and the groom and groomsmen will have boutonnieres (buttonholes). The wedding reception will have displays on every table and flowers may even adorn the doorways and walls of the reception room and the entrances to it.

To get them right, a bride should get good advice from a qualified florist or wedding planner. The topics discussed will include, the season, a colour scheme, the type of ceremony (religious or not etc.) and the couple’s budget. Whatever your budget, contact us and we will work within your limits.

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