Your wedding is coming up and you want to make sure you choose the right flowers to compliment the day. We have some tips that will ensure that you are wowed by your wedding day arrangements and your guests will remember how the church and wedding reception was decorated.

What flowers will I need?

You will need your flowers which will be bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids, button holes for the groom, father of the bride and groom, best man, and flowers for the mother of the bride and groom.

How do I get started?

Get ideas from magazines, friends and family. Start looking at the colours your would like to include and make a collage of images that reflect the time of flowers you would like.

What about flowers for the wedding reception?

Think about how you would like your tables at the wedding reception to appear. Be practical, there is no point having a huge floral display on the wedding tables if your wedding guests can not see each other over it. Your wedding florist will help you out with this, they will have a vast amount of experience in dealing with these kind of details.

What Next?

Now get yourself to a north east wedding flowers specialist who can help you make your ideas a reality. Choosing your wedding florist is an important decision, you want someone who can share your vision and realise it for you in a creative and dignified way.

They will make sure that the flowers arrangements are in season, suitable and more importantly that your wedding flowers are perfect for your special day.They will make sure that everything is ordered so that the flowers are at there best on the day of your wedding. There is no point having wedding flowers that look tired and limp on the wedding day itself.

Make sure your wedding day is special by choosing a good quality wedding florist. Look out for reputations and experience in weddings at North East venues. Experience in doing the flowers at the venue you are using is very valuable.

More information visit For Secret Garden Flowers, Specialist Wedding Flowers in the North East of England

Source by Tracy Hildreth