Wedding Flower Myths Debunked

Wedding Flower Myths Debunked

 

    When planning a wedding couples typically have a mental vision of what their perfect day looks like. The color scheme, the venue type, and so on. But when it comes down to actually turning those visions into a reality is when things can get a little tricky. Suddenly the question comes up of do I really need this? Or would this detail make a bigger impact on the day than another? It can be overwhelming to decipher what you really want and how to best go about creating the day you’ve always dreamed of. Well one detail you certainly don’t want to skimp on is your flowers! Whether you’re going for a soft and romantic aesthetic or modern chic vibe, your flowers are what pull the entire look together. From ceremony to reception and all the fabulous moments in between, they bring color to life and make your day as special as it should be.

Online registry site Zola surveyed 750+ newly-engaged and newly-wed couples and found flowers were voted number five in the top 10 elements couples said made their day truly unforgettable. This speaks to your personal feelings on your wedding as well as your guests memories. If you bypass the current seating card trends or his and hers cakes it’ll most likely go unnoticed, but lacking in bouquets and floral decor will not. So in efforts to avoid any newlywed regrets, we’ve debunked a few flower myths to ensure you get the most out of your experience.

 

Myth 1: I need to choose flowers that go along with the seasons colors.

This is YOUR day in every sense of the of the word and that means you should do whatever feels right to you. If you’re getting married in the fall but prefer bright yellows and pastel pinks, there is no harm in using flowers that express that. Talk with your florist if you’re looking for a more unique color scheme, they can point you in the direction of flower arrangements you may not see in you typical Pinterest search.

 

Myth 2: I’ve gardened before. I can handle putting together my own floral arrangements.

That’s fabulous if you’ve already got a green thumb! Knowing your way around a garden can certainly help when deciding which flowers you like best. However, there’s a lot more that goes into wedding flowers many couples are surprised to hear. From preparation of accessories, to cleaning and cutting, to knowing exactly where to put what where, floral design is truly an art form.

 

Myth 3: I need to know exactly what I want before meeting with a floral designer.

The whole point of hiring a professional is to make use of their expertise and guidance in determining what you want. We want this to be a fun, relaxing experience and our ready to help your with everything! You can bring in the colors of your dress, bridesmaids dresses, or just pictures of colors that reflect your style, and we’ll walk you through the entire selection and design process.