Type of Wedding Flowers
There are hundreds and thousands of different cut flowers that are used all around the world by different wedding florists. When it comes to weddings there’s no specific flower to use because it’s all about your personal preference, the wedding mood board and colour palette which are always unique with each and every wedding. The flowers pictured below are sourced from international and local growers with the highest quality grading possible, to ensure your wedding flowers are of the best quality and stay fresh throughout your wedding day.
Please note, this list is a handy reference guide to give our clients more information on the types of flowers used locally for weddings. During our free floral consultation Alistair will suggest the best flowers to use according to your wedding theme and the season, so you don’t have to worry about choosing the exact flowers you’d like.
Filler flowers add texture and bulk to any wedding flower arrangement, floral bouquet and any other floral design. The filler flowers are equally as important as the dominant flowers because they complement the entire design, just like the main focus flowers and foliage. The bulkiness, colour and type of flower are all dependent on the wedding mood board you’ve created or the style you’re looking to achieve. So, if you’re going for a Boho style you might select a mixture of either cool coloured flowers or neutral flowers such as gypsophila with less volume to create a softer, flowing and Boho effect.
Please note that this is just a list to give our clients more information on the types of filler flowers used locally for weddings, during our free floral consultation Alistair will suggest the best filler flowers to use according to your wedding and the season, so you don’t have to worry about choosing the exact filler flowers you’d like.
Branches are a unique addition to any wedding floral arrangement, creating contrast and volume, most soon to be married couples don’t usually think about branches as most of the time their focus is on the flower aspect of a floral design. Even though it takes time, experience and precision we always step up to the challenge and try to incorporate branches to make any wedding floral arrangement dazzle with its uniqueness and design elements.
Please note that this is just a list to give our clients more information on the types of branches used locally for weddings. Your wedding floral design don’t necessarily need to have branches because it all depends on your wedding mood board.
When you look at any floral arrangement, bouquet, floral arch or any other floral design there’s always foliage incorporated because it gives the perfect finishing touch. Foliage is important for creating structure in any arrangement and bouquet, whilst building a canvas to make the flowers truly stand out. A nice selection of different greenery can define a bouquet’s shape, add texture, colour and create the perfect style you are looking for your wedding arrangements and bouquet. There are hundreds of different types of foliage that can be used for floral designs during weddings, so selecting the different foliage for your wedding day depends on the wedding mood board and colour palette you have selected.
Please note that this is just a list to give our clients more information on the types of foliage used locally for weddings. There are many more types of foliage and we are able to supply and use any foliage necessary, if available and feasible to use during the season and weather.