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Creativity, Budget And Flowers

Apr 30, 2018

The use of flowers in a wedding is a given, however, their abundance and how they are featured will depend on the creativity of floral designers as well as budgets allocated by the soon-to-be-weds.

An oriental setting for photography as well as tea ceremony
Photo courtesy of Creativelines

Abundance of flowers
Photo by Adam Ong Photography, courtesy of Wishhper

Beach wedding
Photo courtesy of Te'amo

Colours carried through to centrepieces
Photo courtesy of Te'amo

A thematic main table, pelamin and stage
Photo courtesy of Floralsense Creation

A few tips :

  • Do some research on new trends.
  • Keep an open mind on what is possible creatively.
  • Give your floral designer a free hand to come up with unique interpretations.

A bouquet and centrepiece to a theme
Photo by ZA Gallery, courtesy of Nook Flowers

A riot of colours
Photo by ZA Gallery, courtesy of Nook Flowers

A floral creation suspended from a beam
Photo courtesy of Forever Valentine Weddings

A simple approach
Photo courtesy of Forever Valentine Weddings

A uniqe running centrepiece
Photo by Mphotoo, courtesy of Ohara Florist

A creative take
Photo by Mphotoo, courtesy of Ohara Florist

Discuss the following :

  • The amount of funds you have allocated for flowers.
  • How to stretch your budget by perhaps having multiple uses of the floral arrangements.
  • Local or imported flowers or a combination of both.
  • Colour themes and textures.

Such a magical aisle
Photo by Light Feather Studio,
courtesy of Significant Weddings & Events Consultant

The newlyweds
Photo by Light Feather Studio,
courtesy of Significant Weddings & Events Consultant

An abundant centrepiece
Photo courtesy of Floralsense Creation

Unique combination of flowers and fruit
Photo courtesy of Creativelines

Pedestals
Photo by AL Photography Production, courtesy of Wishhper

 

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