ï»Flowers for a wedding can range from the simplest one bouquet for the bride and one boutonniere for the groom, to a grand party with floral tributes throughout the venue, highlighting numerous tables at a reception, and floral decorations for enlivening the ceremony. Looking at these pictures may spark ideas, but best is to chat with a designer about your special desires.
|Bridal Bouquet – The bride’s bouquet sets the tone for the event. Usually, strong use of white flowers is sought, although more modern bouquets include some colorful flowers.|
|Boutonnieres – The groom’s boutonniere is usually consistent with the bride’s bouquet; other men’s flowers are usually smaller versions of the groom’s boutonniere.|
Altar Flowers – At a church or under a chuppah, the flowers decorating the ceremony can be quite different from those of the bridal bouquet (or can attempt to mimic them instead) which enables family tastes to develop new directions.
|Reception Centerpieces – Often, many of the blossoms predominating in the bridal bouquet are included in the table centerpieces at the reception.|
Church Pew Flowers – The drama of the wedding ceremony, with the bride being led to the altar, is especially enhanced with flowers adorning the pews facing the central aisle.