Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Wedding flowers are a matter of taste. Some people enjoy smelling and seeing some flowers, while others will not like those wedding flowers at all. Despite this, there are several universal considerations to keep in mind when shopping for, and purchasing your wedding flowers. Almost any flower can be used for weddings, so long as it fits in well with the overall scheme you have decided on.
One of the most important aspects of wedding flowers to consider is color. You are not going to like a bunch of flowers sitting in the center of a table unless they match the overall colors of your wedding. If you have a wedding dominated by red, then you are going to want colors that compliment red. If you have a bunch of green flowers on your red table, someone is going to think they have come to a Christmas party instead of a wedding!
If you have a large number of guests (or even a small number) you should find out if anyone is allergic to the wedding flowers you intend to use. Flower allergies are quite common among people, and can cause them to be completely miserable during your ceremony. Furthermore, you don't want someone sneezing and sniffling while you are giving your wedding vows. You can ask everyone if they have any flower allergies on your wedding invitations, or on an RSVP card.
If you are looking for exotic wedding flowers, such as Jasmine (for example), you should consider what season of the year, and where in the world, they are available. If you are having a winter wedding, you may not be able to acquire summer flowers for your wedding. Ask a florist about the different flowers you have in mind and they will be able to tell you if those flowers will be available.
Wedding flowers play a major role in any ceremony. The floral arrangements can make a beautiful impression, which is why it is important to put some thought and consideration into your wedding flowers, in order to assure you choose the right kinds!