Florist Weddings Mallorca

Key questions when choosing a florist

The key questions

Do they seem creative?

You need to find someone who shares your vision for your wedding. Arm yourself with pictures from magazines and expect to be inspired.

What time of year are you marrying?

Although just about any flower is available all year round – at a price – using seasonal flowers for your wedding will look right and save you money. Find out from your florist what will be available and in what colours.

How many flowers do you want, and where?

Be clear from the outset about how many floral arrangements you want and where you want them to go. Do you need a lot of flowers at the ceremony? Most time is spent at the reception, so this is where the majority of the flower budget should be spent.

How much of your budget is set aside for flowers?

It’s essential to find a florist who can come up with good ideas to suit how much you have to spend. If they trying to get you to spend more than you’ve allocated, this florist is not the one for you.

What flowers do you like?

Make a list of your favourite flowers. If the blooms you would like are particularly expensive, remember that just a few can make an impact if used creatively.

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Styles of bridal bouquet & the meaning of flowers

Styles of bridal bouquet

The bride’s bouquet is the ultimate wedding accessory and you’ll want the work with your florist to create something extra special.

Hand-tied

Blooms, usually a variety of roses, wired together or casually hand-tied. They work best at a contemporary wedding with a simple, modern dress.

Pomander

A tight ball of flowers, usually without foliage, suspended on a ribbon that the bride hangs on her wrist. These are also very popular for bridesmaids of all ages.

Posy

Small, simple and usually hand-tied with ribbon. Lily of the valley makes the perfect minimalist posy.

Round

The classic bouquet, usually consisting of larger flowers such as roses and peonies loosely arranged and tied with ribbon.

Shower

A waterfall-like spill of flowers wired to cascade from a handle. This is the most traditional and formal of the bouquet shapes and suits full-skirted dresses.

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Weddings: Your bouquet style ✿

The shape and colour of your bridal bouquet or posy will be guided by your dress.

Have you chosen a formal gown, which will be best complemented by an elegant bouquet filled with structured flowers and foliage? Usually these bouquets feature a single colour theme. Or will be wearing a cocktail, prom-style or flowing empire-lline dress, which will enhanced by gentle, delicate posies? For these styles, you could try wildflowers or cottage garden blooms in a mix of colours, loosely tied together.

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