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The Only Flower Checklist You Need For Your Wedding Day

The Only Flower Checklist You Need For Your Wedding Day

Flowers are an essential at every wedding. Just imagine a wedding that is not decorated with bouquets or arrangements of fresh daily flowers. We can guarantee that the event will not be as memorable. Moreover, preparing flowers is one of the most enjoyable parts of planning a wedding, in which you’ll surely have loads of fun alongside your loved ones.

However, while they are an incredible and easy way to spice up your venue, flowers can also take up a huge part of your wedding budget. As such, if you are meeting with your florist soon, it is highly advised to have a checklist of all the floral arrangements you want to be included in your very special day. To help you, here is a comprehensive list of the floral arrangements you may want to consider.

1. Bridal Bouquet

The bouquet is the essential floral arrangement on your wedding day, as it is photographed throughout the event. If you want to spend extravagantly on any floral arrangement, choose to spend it on your bridal bouquet. The bouquet is what you will be holding as you walk down the aisle, so it is important to make it as ravishing as possible.

2. Boutonnieres

Boutonnieres are a convenient way for the soon-to-be husband and wife to match each other and the colour palette of the wedding. As boutonnieres are usually smaller, you have no reason to be concerned about going over the top. If you prefer simpler boutonnieres, just a flower or two should work. This is also applicable to any wedding party boutonnieres.

3. Backdrop 

Backdrop flowers are exactly what their name implies – the backdrop to your wedding vows. With that said, they will be in every photograph captured of the ceremony, so you want to ensure that you like them. From a hanging floral ceiling to flower arches, there are essentially numerous ways to design your wedding backdrop flowers.

4. Aisle

If you wish to decorate your wedding space without burning a hole in your pocket, putting in place floral aisle markers at the start and end of the aisle is one of your best options. This is a simple way to spruce up the decorations of your wedding space without overwhelming it. This is also perfect if you plan to have a complex backdrop since it will not take away from the décor.

5. Tossing Petals

After you and your partner have said, “I do,” you will again need to make your way down the aisle, this time, as husband and wife. You can provide your guests with fresh flower petals that they can throw during your ceremony exit. Although it is not required, tossing colourful petals makes for unforgettable photos. Aside from flower petals, you can also use streamers, bubbles, and leaves. 

6. Table Centrepieces

During the reception, your centrepieces will surely get a lot of attention. Your guests will be staring at them all night long while eating and socialising with one another. For this reason, you will likely spend a big chunk of your flower budget on your floral tablescape. Floral centrepieces come in different sizes and designs. As such, it is best to communicate with your florist to find the pieces that match the theme of your wedding.

7. Bar Décor

If you are planning to put up a bar at your wedding venue, there is a good chance that many of your guests will spend most of the evening visiting it. Hence, it is highly recommended to personalise your wedding bar with some floral arrangements to make it stand out. One of the most affordable and easiest ways to do this is repurposing some flowers from the ceremony space.

8. Guestbook Table

Together with the bar, the guestbook table will definitely be a crowded spot during your wedding too. The guestbook table is basically where your guests will enter the ceremony; some may stay during dinner and throughout the reception. Adding some fresh blooms is an excellent way to dress up the guestbook table instantly. To save money, you can also repurpose some ceremony flowers for this table.

9. Signage 

From seating charts to welcome signs, there is plenty of signage you can find at a wedding. Although flowers are not necessary for signage, adding them is an easy and cost-effective way to make a functional piece of wedding décor stand out. So, if you find any signage or décor dull on your wedding day, consider ordering some fresh flowers via a dependable daily flower delivery, such as what Charlotte Puxley provides, right away.

10. Hair

Just like boutonnieres and bouquets, any hair accessory or hairpiece you will wear will be included in all your wedding photos. Therefore, you would want your hair to look more mesmerising by incorporating some flowers into your hairpiece. If you wish to have flowers in your hair, communicate it with your florist and hairstylist, so they can figure out how to include fresh flowers in your wedding hairstyle.

Final Thoughts

Flowers are undoubtedly indispensable at weddings. Aside from spicing up your wedding décor and overall venue, fresh flowers can improve the way you look and feel on your very special day. For this reason, it is important to set aside a significant portion of your wedding budget for flowers. The floral arrangements shared in this article are the vital pieces that should not go missing on your wedding day.

For the most unique and impressive floral arrangements to jazz up your wedding, Charlotte Puxley is the flower specialist you can count on! We offer a great selection of fresh and amazing floral arrangements that will surely make your wedding more blissful and memorable. Specifically, we take pride in our astonishing collection of Ready-to-Wear bridal florals that are perfect for brides and grooms who prefer simple celebrations with classic colours. 

If you wish to learn how to decorate your own floral arrangements, we also provide comprehensive floral workshops that will teach you the basics and intricacies of floral arrangement and design in no time. For more information about our services and carefully catalogued daily flowers in Singapore, do not hesitate to reach out to us today.

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