Get Inspired

Imaginative Use Of Flowers

Jun 01, 2019

The imaginative use of flowers in a wedding very much depends on the creativity of your floral designer. More often than not, when given a free hand, they will exercise their creative flair, conjuring up creations that will certainly enhance the setting of your celebration.

Ready for the vows
Photo courtesy of Creativelines

Whether or not you give your floral designer carte blanche will depend on :

  • Their experience, expertise and track record.
  • If you can place complete trust in their capabilities and creativity.
  • The amount of funds allocated for flowers from your wedding budget.

Classic in ivory
Photo by Hafizudin Hamdan Photography, courtesy of Fleuri Flowers

Bouquet and backdrop
Photo by Alexis Fam Photography,
courtesy of The Petalist

Thematic hues
Photo by Ashevin K Photography,
courtesy of Downers Florist Group

A few tips :

  • Establish rapport with your floral designer.
  • Share ideas and in return consider their suggestions.
  • Be flexible on flower types, particularly if you decide on seasonal blooms.

Lovely bouquet
Photo by Dennis Yap Photography, courtesy of Nook Flowers

Tea ceremony
Photo courtesy of Te'amo MY

Beautiful backdrop
Photo courtesy of Forever Valentine Weddings

A unique idea lining the aisle
Photo by Snap By Three Wedding Photography, courtesy of Ohara Florist

Running centrepiece
Photo by, courtesy of Wishhper

Garden wedding
Photo by Sunny San Photography, courtesy of Ohara Florist

Combining textures
Photo by, courtesy of Wishhper

Photo courtesy of Fleuri Flowers

Innovative bridal bouquet
Photo by Dennis Yap Photography, courtesy of Nook Flowers

Car décor
Photo by Isimplez Photography, courtesy of The Petalist

Subtle use of colour
Photo courtesy of Forever Valentine Weddings

Table setting with floral centrepiece
Photo by Ooi Eric Studio, courtesy of Downers Florist Group

Photo courtesy of Te'amo MY

Rustic setting
Photo courtesy of Creativelines

Tips: Be upfront about budgets. Have a look here.