3 Things To Know About Flowers For Weddings

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There's a lot to consider when planning a wedding. Flowers are often a big part of a couple's ceremony and reception. While floral arrangements are often an important part of a wedding day, every couple is different regarding what they want from their floral arrangements. Whether you want simple floral arrangements or plan to go all out, choosing flowers for weddings can be more challenging than you expect. Here's what to keep in mind when it comes to wedding flowers. 

Where You Want Flowers

The first thing to consider is where you want to use flowers for your wedding. From bouquets to boutonnieres and corsages, wedding flowers are often worn or carried by those in the wedding party. Also, flowers can be used for ceremonies, cocktail hours, and receptions. From altar arrangements to centerpieces, there are many areas you may want to use flowers on your wedding day. Before searching for a florist, make a list of where you want to incorporate flowers into your big day. 

When To Hire A Florist

Another thing to know about flowers for weddings is that florists who do wedding flowers can be in high demand. Booking a florist early in the wedding planning process is usually a good idea. Once you have a date and a venue, you will want to start looking for a florist that can provide the arrangements you want within your budget. The most in-demand florists will be booked months, or even years, in advance. Many experts recommend selecting a wedding florist 9 to 10 months before your wedding date, if possible. 

How Much Wedding Flowers Cost

What you pay for wedding flowers depends on the size of your wedding, how many attendants you have, the type of flowers you choose, and how many flowers you want on your big day. If you want your wedding day to be bursting with flowers, it will likely be an expensive bill. Most couples spend between $700 and $2,500 on wedding flowers, but some spend tens of thousands. Set a budget before heading to the florist, and keep costs in mind when choosing floral arrangements.

There are a few things to consider when selecting flowers for weddings. First, make a list of where you want to incorporate flowers on your wedding day. Second, wedding florists are often in high demand; you don't want to wait too long to book. Finally, wedding flower costs vary, so come up with a budget and stick to it.

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