Our floral designer will advise you on which bouquet style will complement your Wedding Gown.
The bouquet size should be proportional to your body shape and complement your gown. For a comprehensive guide to flowers available in your chosen colour and on your chosen date, see our Seasonal Flowers list.
There are many bouquet shapes you can choose from:
Tear Drop: tear-shaped arrangement in which flowers gracefully spill downward
Posy: round in shape, in a tightly bound cluster of flowers
Arm Bouquet: an elegant shape designed to be cradled in one arm
Hand-Tied Bouquet: a simple cluster of long stems, tied with a ribbon
When choosing flower colours, we suggest you bring a sample of fabric from the dresses, both the bride and bridesmaids dress to your florist.
The bridesmaid's flowers should complement the flowers chosen for the bride.
There are a number of bouquet shapes you can choose from for your flower girls:
Pomander: Ball of flowers suspended from the wrist by decorative ribbons
Fairy wands decorated with beautiful flowers
Posy: Round in shape, in a tightly bound cluster of flowers
Concentric circles of flowers
Basket: To hold flowers to complement bridal theme or petals to scatter down the aisle
Fresh or freeze dried petals are available.
Corsages and Button Hole Flowers
Corsages and button hole flowers come in a variety of designs, worn on the lapel of a jacket, clipped onto a hand bag or worn on the wrist. Flowers are selected to complement the bridal flowers of choice.