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Choosing Your Wedding Florist

Wedding flowers can completely transform the look and atmosphere of your wedding venue. You need to choose a wedding florist who understands your vision and budget to make sure you can get the bouquets, centrepieces and floral decorations you want.

Why Hire a Professional Wedding Florist?

Some couples think they can DIY their wedding flowers, but hiring a florist can save you time, money and hassle.

A wedding florist will explain exactly what flowers you need for your celebration. Depending on your wedding party, this could include bridesmaid bouquets and buttonholes for your groomsmen, plus flowers for the ceremony and décor for the wedding reception and more. They will know exactly what flowers will be in season at the time you choose to get married so you’ll have the freshest and best value blooms. Similarly, they’ll arrange them for you, which can take a lot longer than expected!

It’s advisable to book a wedding florist that will be able to get to your home or wedding venue to deliver and set up your floral decorations on the day of your wedding, so do your research, meet with your florist as soon as you can, ask the right questions, and be sure to set aside a budget for your wedding florist early on in your wedding planning.

What Does the Florist Do at a Wedding?

On the wedding day, your wedding florist will either drop your flowers off at the venue or you will collect them. They may attend your venue during the set-up period to make sure all the arrangements go in the right place and have enough water, but the florist won’t stay for the whole day. If you’re reusing your ceremony flowers for the reception, your venue staff usually will be in charge of this.

How Much Do You Spend on a Florist for a Wedding?

Wedding flower prices will vary depending on the package you choose, but you should expect to pay around £1,200 to £1,500 for your wedding flowers.

Wedding florists are very flexible and will work within your budget, whether that’s suggesting cheaper alternatives to peonies or showing how you can make the most impact for the least money.

Frequently asked questions regarding Florists

When should I hire my wedding florist?

Between seven to nine months prior to your wedding you should begin to look for a florist for your wedding and ideally book your florist. This will give your florist enough time to source the flowers and reserve your date.

What floral arrangements are most common for a wedding?

Flowers play a central role in completing the look and feel of any wedding. The main floral arrangements couples choose are: the bridal bouquet, bottonholes, ceremony floral decor, and venue floral decor. Couples may also opt for floral decor for their wedding car, floral headpieces and floral toppers for the wedding cake.

What factors should I keep in mind when choosing flowers for my wedding?

As you save photos of your favourite wedding floral arrangements, keep in mind the season in which you'll be getting married. Not all flowers are available year-round and not all flowers can survive the warm summer temperatures nor the cold winter chill. Your florist is the expert and will be able to recommend the best flowers to create the style you've been dreaming of.

What flowers are used in bridal bouquets?

Traditionally, bridal bouquets include flowers that don't easily wilt and which have symbolic value. For example, roses are a staple in bridal bouquets. They represent love and purity. You'll also find many bouquets with peonies, orchids, calla lillies, hydrangeas and gardenias. You'll notice that most of these blooms are quite sturdy and will stay upright and fresh-looking throughout your wedding day.

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