Beautiful Flowers For Decor That Has a WOW Factor

There are many reasons why couples choose a florist to assist with the décor of their wedding.

Whether it’s a large scale, dramatic effect being sought, or a subtle, understated elegance; the whole environment in which you submerse your guests and create memorable photographs is paramount in making your wedding a success.

Your first mission is to establish the space in which you wish to create these memories.  This could be one room, or a few different locations all together!  Once you have the space, you can decide on the mood you wish to imbue and the lighting needed to achieve this. The rest is up to the venue and the florist (and any stylists with amazing furniture you might need to hire).  Any professional florist will be able to guide you in the decision of the flowers (with regards to seasonal availability), colours and also props – ie the types of vases you choose, ceremony pieces you need or wall features!  Nothing is too difficult for a creative individual to achieve – it just takes some inspiration and a little know-how to get a look that is unique and completely your own.

Never underestimate the ability of your florist when it comes to creative flair and unique design ideas!  Playing with flowers is just the icing on the cake for us; we adore a challenge, especially a creative one, and will go above and beyond to ensure your atmosphere is set, your photos are stunning and that your memories are created!

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