Checklist of Wedding Flowers

It takes careful planning to choose the right flowers for your wedding. When considering the different requirements for wedding flowers, it is important to consider the following: how many flowers do you need? Who are they for? What flowers will you use for the ceremony or reception? You can help your wedding florist and make final decisions by compiling a list of the wedding flowers you are most interested in. A wedding flower list can help you focus your flower conversations and keep within your budget. A general checklist can be a great starting point. It is better to have a guide than to make a list. You may want to add boutonnieres or corsages for special wedding guests, in addition to the list of wedding flowers.

Bride’s Wedding Party Flowers

  • Bridal bouquet
  • Flowers for the bride’s hair
  • Bridal bouquets
  • A different bouquet for the maid-of-honour
  • Flower girl headpiece
  • Flower girl basket decorations
  • Toss The petals of the flower girl

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It would be best to consider flowers: Calla lilies, roses and tulips are appropriate and formal choices for bridal bouquets. In terms of setting them apart, the flowers for the bride are usually more expensive and bigger than those for her bridesmaids. The bridesmaids’ bouquets may be composed of lighter colours, while the bouquet for the bride will be bright and fresh. Consider a different bouquet for the maid-of-honour. Your flower girl can wear a headpiece made of handcrafted felt flowers in light colours such as yellow, green, pink, and purple.

The Groom’s wedding party flowers

  • Groom’s boutonniere
  • Groomsmen’s boutonnieres
  • Different boutonniere for best man

For Grandparents and Parents

  • Mother-of-the bride corsage
  • Mother-of-the-bride corsage
  • Stepmother corsage
  • Father-of-the-bride boutonniere
  • Father-of-the bride boutonniere
  • Stepfather boutonniere
  • Grandmothers corsages
  • Grandfathers boutonnieres
  • All accessories such as boutonnieres and boutonniere holders, ribbons, corsage pins, ribbons or flower girl baskets that the florist provides

Consider flowers: The typical flowers used to make boutonnieres for the Groom and groomsmen are roses, orchids, and carnations. The best man will choose a unique boutonniere different from the one chosen by the bride and main-of-honour. This can be done using a different flower type, size, or colour. Many weddings include a boutonniere or corsage for grandparents and parents. This is a tradition and formality. To find out what your family prefers, reach out to them. Women may prefer a pin or wrist corsage, for example.

To the Ceremony

  • Altar, Chuppah, or another central arrangement
  • Chair decorations
  • Candles

Consider Flowers: Daisies, roses, gardenia, and many more.

Decorate the Reception

  • Entryway arrangements
  • Table Centerpieces
  • Buffet table decorations
  • Bar decorations
  • Flowers to decorate pass trays (talk with your caterer about what they need).
  • Cake decorations

Flowers to Consider: You can match the flowers from the ceremony or use freshly picked flowers. Or you could choose to have a reception with ombre flowers that include the same flowers as the ceremony, such as hydrangeas.

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