Florals: Potential Scope of Work

As you begin your search for your florist, one of the first questions you might ask is: what sort of flowers do I need?

We've broken down all the possible areas that you could include florals at your wedding, from personal flowers to the various aspects of wedding decor, we've listed them all for your ease of reference. 

 

Keep in mind, there are options for real flowers, silk flowers and even paper flowers for each arrangement. The pricing for each item will vary vastly depending on how full or lush you want the arrangements. (Typically more flowers will be more expensive. You can opt for more greens to add volume if you don't want to compromise on the size.)

 

The best way for the florist to give you an accurate quote will be if you provide "inspiration photos" or images of arrangements you like, and they will be able to gauge on the size,fullness and style.

 

 

  • Bridal Bouquet

    The bridal bouquet will usually have some sort of element to set it apart from the bridesmaids bouquets (i.e. size, colour, selection of blooms,etc.)

  • Bridesmaid Bouquet

    To maximize the use of your bridesmaids bouquets, you can display them as head table centerpieces during the reception.

  • Bridal Headpeices

    Add a touch of mother to your hairstyling by opting for floral hair pieces instead of jewels.

  • Groom's Boutonniere

    The groom boutonniere will usually have some sort of element to set it apart from the groomsmen boutonnieres (i.e. size, colour, selection of blooms,etc.)

  • Groomsmen Boutonnieres

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  • Corsages

    For the bride and groom's mothers and for any female guests that may be immediate, extended family or close family friends, that you feel would be necessary.

  • Boutonnieres

    For the bride and groom's fathers and for any male guests that may be immediate, extended family or close family friends, that you feel would be necessary.

  • Flower Girl

    The most popular options for the flower girl that we've seen are: floral crown, flower petals (to be tossed),or a floral arrangement of some sort. 

  • Registration Table

    You can add a bit of green to the registration table in the form of a single or multiple arrangements or a simple garland.

  • Signing Table

    You can add a bit of green to the signing table in the form of a single or multiple arrangements or a simple garland.

  • Aisle Markers

    If you chose to prepare floral arrangements for your aisle markers, you can double these up as reception table centerpieces to maximize use.

  • Altar

    You can incorporate florals in your wedding ceremony backdrop, decorative arch, pedestals or other decor selections to make the space more inviting and lush.

  • Hanging Installations

    Incorporate hanging installations to really elevate your wedding style. Hanging installations can be used to emphasize particular spaces / moments like at the altar when you say ‘I do’ or above the head table during the reception.

  • Head Table

    There are a few potential areas to include florals at the head table: backdrop / arch, on the table itself, on the (back of the) chairs. Feel free to use the bridal party bouquets as arrangements along the head table to maximize use.

  • Reception Tables

    There are lots of options to include one or multiple floral centerpieces on your reception tables. The size and scope can vary and always customized to your preferences.

  • Cake Table

    You can add a bit of green to the cake table in the form of a single or multiple arrangements or a simple garland.

  • Toss Bouquet

    If you are going to be doing a bouquet toss but don’t want to toss away your actual bouquet (or your bridesmaids bouquets), prepare a separate toss bouquet for the event.

  • Signage

    Dress-up your wedding signage or displays by adding a touch of greenery.

  • Unique Opportunities

    These areas can include railings, alcoves, dancefloor, lobbies, bathroom entrances, etc. You can even create a photo-op area for your guests.

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