Choosing a florist for your big day is a big deal, and while there are absolutely no rules about what you can and can’t do with wedding flowers (we believe half the fun is being creative and getting to experiment with different colours, shapes and textures – even ones that aren’t necessarily all that traditional), there are some methods that are generally considered more effective than others when it comes to picking the right team to help bring your beautiful floral vision to life.
To get started, our advice is to scour the Internet for inspiration. There is so much out there! The social media accounts of dedicated wedding and events florists will be particularly helpful in this regard – even better if they’re located in the area of your wedding. From here, you’ll be able to get a feel for the varying styles of each florist and weed out what you do and don’t like. Perhaps a picture of a wild, unstructured bouquet of boldly-hued Australian natives or a ceremony arbour adorned with a delicate array of sweet garden roses will speak to your sensibilities and excite you most.
Mood boards on Pinterest are also a really great springboard for brainstorming, especially if you’re undecided about a colour palette or overall theme. Just remember that there aren’t any laws or limits with wedding aesthetics – this celebration is about you as a couple, and florists (and other vendors) are here to help in any way we can. It’s what we love doing and what we do best!
We want to help you every step of the way, and this means we’ll be here any time you’d like to add or subtract something in your quote, or need to update us about changes to your guestlist or venue, or even want to have a quick chat if you’re in two minds about an idea for your wedding. We’re always happy to answer queries you may have as well – no question is too small. It’s just important that you keep us informed.