Flowers are a very important part of wedding décor but sometimes they can look forced, so to avoid that here are a few tips to introduce flowers in your wedding décor.
Confirm a booking with your florist early on: Don’t keep the floral arrangements to the last, make sure you book the florist in advance so that you both can have a thorough discussion.
Make it clear to your florist which kind of flowers: Book your florist only after you have had a discussion with him/her about the kind of flowers you want but don’t be stubborn and listen to the person as to what flowers might work best according to your budget, venue and climate.
Trust your florist: If a florist suggests going against your choice time and again, listen to the person and trust in the florist and he/she might know best about the kind of flowers that would work in a certain setting.
Don’t always use them as centerpieces: I know flowers are usually used as centerpieces for tables but use your creativity and take advice from your florist to use the flowers in the best way possible.
Wear them as well: Flowers can be worn as well, use flowers as head pieces or as a brooch on the groom’s attire, it will give your look your look a fresher feel than the burdening jewellery.
Keep a good budget for flowers: Many people forget about flowers while fixing their budgets, so always remember to keep a good part of your budget for them if you want good quality flowers.
Keep the flowers as fresh as possible: Spending a lot on flowers won’t do anything if your flowers look dull and dead, so get them delivered as late as possible and have someone sprinkle them with water as often as needed.