The most important day in our lives is when we finally tie the knot with our beloved. Brides and grooms always make efforts to have a picture perfect day. And, not just the dresses; proper decoration of the venue, a good music band, great food, a nice layout and having beautiful flower decoration, including the bridal bouquet are a few prerequisites that keep the bride and groom on their toes. Today, we’re here to primarily tell you more about wedding bouquets in Brisbane and how to go about shopping for the right one that suits your budget and taste. The first thing to be kept in mind is that the bouquets have a traditional sanctity, a legacy that has been given to us from our ancestors. For one the flower bouquets were used to ward off the evil spirit at the time of the wedding. At times flower bouquets, were interspersed with highly fragrant flowers and even herbs like the aromatics garlic, as it would keep all evil at bay.
With the passage of times many variations were introduced, but the wedding bouquet still remains instrumental. Also, one common thing we all see in every wedding is when the bride tosses the bouquet in the air and all her girls in line for their marriage try grasping it to be the next bride. Fascinating as all this sounds, arranging the right bouquet is the thing for the day, and given below are a few important tips that can help you make the right decision.
Choosing the right florist
Half the battle is over once you’ve selected the right florist to make your bridal bouquet. You can choose between online florists that specialize in wedding bouquets or choose to personally visit a florist in the town. Brisbane offers both options. While online florists are more convenient to contact, florist stores in the town give you can opportunity to physically see and then make the right choice.
Selecting the flowers
Brides and grooms can be quiet fussy when it comes to the type of flowers they choose for the bouquet. If there is no limit to your budget, you can even choose to get the flowers of choice exported from other places, but the real problem arises when the budget is limited. The best option then is to go for seasonal flowers. Contact your florists and esquire about all types of seasonal flowers available, and make the choice according to your budget.
Fresh flower bouquet and other bouquets
While traditionally, fresh flower bouquets were the call for the day, but over the years brides and grooms have also been opting for artificial flower bouquets and button bouquets. Fresh flower bouquets have the delicacy and beauty that is truly charming, but the flowers will wilt away sometimes soon. Artificial flower bouquets and button bouquets will last longer and preserving them as a wedding token is much easier.
Since the olden times, bouquets have been available in plenty of styles. Take help from your florist to learn more about them. The most common among these designs is the Nosegay, Posy, Bewilderment, Free Form, Contemporary, Composite, Teardrop, and the list can be endless. Some search on the internet will give you more idea about the styles and forms, do undertake a little survey.