February 24, 2015
Your wedding bouquet may seem like a small factor in the wedding as a whole, but it can really be one of the most important. Other than your dress, it is one of the only things that will be in almost all of your wedding pictures, and making sure that it is beautiful is crucial. Picking the right flowers and the right colors to go with your wedding are very important and having a little guidance can always help as well. Your bouquet is going to be walking with you down the aisle and making sure that it stands out just as much as you do can be important. No matter what style wedding you are having, the bouquet is always going to show up.
One of the best ways to make sure that your bouquet is as beautiful as it can be, is to pick flowers that are in season. This will make sure that the flowers are fresh and beautiful. Flowers that are in season also tend to be cheaper and look better than those that aren’t. Keeping this in mind can save you both time and money when it comes to picking up your bouquets from a florist. There are so many flowers that are in season at any given time, there are going to be ones that you will love, even if your favorite flower isn’t quite ready yet. Choosing flowers such as these will also help to make your wedding feel appropriate for the season and look great if you take outdoor photos.
It may seem small, or less important than other factors in your wedding, but don’t write off your bouquet just because of its size. Everyone is going to see it, because everyone is going to be looking at how beautiful you look holding it. Whether you pick big or small, understated or over the top, the flowers are what is important. Keeping this in mind is a fool proof way to make sure that your flowers look fresh, beautiful, and crisp. No one wants wilted or browning flowers on their wedding day, that would be an eyesore in photos. Your flower choice will just add a subtle life and color to the photos you will be taking all night long and you will be able to look back and remember the beauty and fragrance of the flowers you had on your wedding day.