Wedding Flower Melbourne Guide – Wedding DJ Melbourne Tips

When it comes to selecting Wedding Flower Melbourne for your special day, many couples may know the what they want in their own bouquet. But in spite of this, they still cannot decide on the rest of the wedding flowers that needs to be fill on the reception venue & ceremony spot.

With that said, you have the option of getting professional florist to choose all the flowers and get great results. Whether you may want to take a more hands-on approach on selecting your Wedding Flower Melbourne or you would like on your special day or needs professional help. We certainly hope that this Wedding Flower Melbourne guide will help planning your most special day just a little easier.

Firstly, your decision should be whether you plan to use a professional florist to create a wedding flower arrangement and bouquets, or if you’d rather visit a wholesale wedding flower retailer and order flowers to make your own flower creations.

If you are the creative type, a simple floral craft book will give you all the tips and tool lists necessary to create your own custom wedding flowers that reflect your personal style. If you decide to create your own then I suggest buying some flowers a month or two before the wedding and practice so you are ready when its gets closer to the wedding day. Whatever you decide, there are some standard traditions & suggestions to help make sure you’ve cover all your wedding flower needs.

Wedding Flower Melbourne Guide

Wedding flowers for the church would include:

  • Altar wedding flower arrangements
  • Pew markers/decorations

Wedding flowers for the reception would include:

  • Wedding flower arrangement for the bridal table.
  • Table centerpieces
  • Buffet table decorations

Wedding flowers for the bridal party would include:

  • Bridal bouquet
  • Small Bridal bouquet to toss
  • Groom’s boutonniere
  • Maid/Matron of Honor bouquet
  • Bridesmaid bouquets
  • Best Man boutonniere
  • Groomsman boutonnieres
  • Flower Girl bouquet or petal basket
  • Mother of the Bride/Groom corsages
  • Father of the Bride/Groom boutonnieres
  • Step-parent corsages/boutonnieres
  • Grandparent corsages/boutonnieres

Listed below are some extra tips for you to think about.

  • Maid/Matron of Honor bouquets should be  slightly more elaborate or in a different color  shade than the rest of the bridesmaid bouquets.
  • The corsages for the parents should  differ slightly from the step-parents, and all  grandparent corsages should be different as well. By doing this you make it easier for guests to work out who is who at the wedding.
  • If you are on a budget or just don’t want to spend extra money on flowers, then why not get the ceremony flowers transported to the reception venue and setup while you get the photos taken.

Remember, this is just a flower guide. When it comes to your wedding day, your wedding flower & arrangements that you pick or made should reflect your personal taste & style. You can keep things simple or get as elaborate as you like, as long as your flowers help you create the perfectly romantic wedding day you’ve always wanted.

Photos from Naomi Rose Floral Design

https://www.naomirose.com.au/

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