Why Wedding Flowers are an Essential Piece to Any Ceremony

By Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso
Chris is a freelance writer who also enjoy going fishing. He enjoys the sunshine and all kinds of outdoor activities. Email Chris at chrisgrasso88@gmail.com
August 8, 2013 Updated: April 24, 2016

One of the first things which a bride organises, flowers are very important to a wedding ceremony. If a bride and groom are unsure if they should search for wedding flowers, there are many reasons which explain why their venue should have them:

To compliment a venue

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Wedding flowers can transform any venue. There are many areas in a church or a hotel lobby which flowers can be placed in. When flowers aren’t there, a venue will look very bare. Although a church is a beautiful wedding location, it can look uninviting when there are open spaces, such as at a window. Some churches don’t have stained glass windows and flowers can improve those areas.

Some venues provide flowers as standard but there is a downside because they might not be entirely suitable. When a bride and groom pick flowers themselves, their wedding venue will look exactly how they want. 

Many people can carry them

Many brides carry bouquets as they walk down the aisle accompanied by the person who is due to give them away. In fact, a wedding bouquet can be carried by both a bride and her bridesmaids. As their hands aren’t carrying anything, a bouquet is ideal for them. It also gives a wedding photographer the perfect opportunity to snap many memorable photos.

Flowers can be in a bride’s hair

Not only can a bride carry a bouquet as she walks down the aisle but flowers can also be in her hair and also her bridesmaids. A beautiful hairdo can be complimented by delightful flowers, such as wild flowers or others which are in season.  

A young girl can carry flowers

Flower Girl

 

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Children who aren’t old enough to be bridesmaids can be flower girls. Walking in front of a bride, a flower girl can take rose petals out of a basket and throw them onto an aisle. Not only will a flower girl remember this moment for the rest of her life but a wedding photographer can take many wonderful images of her. No matter what part of the country you are located whether looking for wedding flowers Belfast, Cardiff, London or other UK locations, choosing flowers from a respected florist will ensure that you get the quality you are looking for.

Flowers can welcome guests

Flowers can be at the back of a church. When many flowers are at a church’s entrance, it will produce a great scent and will look amazing. If a wedding is taking place during the summer, the combination of many flowers will produce a meadow-type effect. When photos are taken of wedding guests as they enter a church, the background will look very colourful.

Flowers can be near where a wedding register is signed

One of the many photos which are taken at a wedding is when a husband and wife sign a wedding register along with their witnesses. When flowers are near or on the table that a wedding register is on, a bride and groom will take many great photographs.  

Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso
Chris is a freelance writer who also enjoy going fishing. He enjoys the sunshine and all kinds of outdoor activities. Email Chris at chrisgrasso88@gmail.com