Top 10 Tips on your pretty pretty Wedding Flowers

Some fabulous Wedding flower top tips for you this Monday. The start of a great week ahead!! Hope you enjoy and please comment, I love hearing feedback xx

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Susanna from Tiger Rose:
1. Do some research before you meet with your florist, find out which flowers you like and whether they are in season and if they come in the colours you like.
www.tiger-rose.co.uk 

Rachyeta from rs Wedding Consultants:
2. When meeting your florist, be sure to take a good look through their own portfolio’s of wedding flowers. You may spark up a few ideas. 
www.rsweddingconsultants.co.uk

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Rachyeta from rs Wedding Consultants:
3. If you are completely idea-less on what flowers will fit this puzzle of a wedding, then take some fabric along to your florist appointment from your dress, this is a great indicator of colour, shade and style.
www.rsweddingconsultants.co.uk

Cindy from Cindy Kirland at Creative Works:
4. The latest in ‘Aisle style’! Why not opt for a sex in the city bridal pomander as opposed to a traditional hand held bridal bouquet. Roses en masse work fabulously in this particular design and are available all year round. Making it the perfect ‘must have’ accessory whatever month you have chosen for your Big Day
www.ckworks.net

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Rachyeta from rs Wedding Consultants:
5. Think about your wedding photographs, try and envision how your wedding flowers would look in your completed albums. Pick flowers that will stand out.
www.rsweddingconsultants.co.uk

Susanna from Tiger Rose:
6.  Look at the venue and decide where are the most prominent places for flowers and concentrate your budget on them rather than lots of small arrangements that get lost. One large arrangement is much more impressive than 10 pew ends and cost the same or less! Don’t skimp on your bouquet it is the most important part of your wedding day flowers and will be in many of the photos.
www.tiger-rose.co.uk

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Rachyeta from rs Wedding Consultants:
7. Embrace all your guests’ senses. Fill their smell sense with beautiful scented oils and blossoms.
www.rsweddingconsultants.co.uk

Susanna from Tiger Rose:
8. Seasonal flowers are not only a little cheaper but more importantly they are better quality and more easily available, so you are less likely to be disappointed on the day with your favourite flower being unavailable.
www.tiger-rose.co.uk

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Rachyeta from rs Wedding Consultants:
9. Bouquet size is just as important as no one wants a bouquet bigger than the bride, it has to be proportionally sized. Petite brides should go for something simple and small, and plus size brides should go for something a little bigger, but again not too big that it  overpowers the bride and draws attention away. It is about finding a happy medium.
www.rsweddingconsultants.co.uk

Cindy from Cindy Kirland at Creative Works:
10. White Amaryllis are ‘bang on trend’ for late summer, Autumn & Winter weddings; the flower name standing for ‘Pride and Beauty’. Individually wired en masse and simply styled into a silver mercury receptacle; showcasing their spectacular splendour. Perfectly for understated yet chic, wedding breakfast table centre designs.
www.ckworks.net

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