Essential Guide to Wedding Flowers with Bloomingmore

Essential Guide to Wedding Flowers with Bloomingmore

Planning your special day is an exciting journey, and flowers are an essential aspect of making it truly magical. Not only do they add a pop of color and sweet scent, but they also showcase your unique personality and wedding vision.

Let Bloomingmore guide you through the various areas and moments where incorporating your favorite flowers and greenery can elevate the ambiance and create a stunning atmosphere for your celebration.
From the ceremony to the reception, let's work together to curate the perfect floral decor that showcases your vision and leaves everyone in awe.


Arch or Altar: The location where the ceremony takes place is usually the focal point of floral decoration. An arch, altar or backdrop decorated with Garden Roses, Stock and Greenery sets a romantic and memorable backdrop for the exchange of vows.

Ceremony Aisle: Decorating the aisle with Roses, and Hydrangeas, gorgeous Garlands or Rose Petals, whether on the ground next to each row of seats or suspended on the benches, adds a touch of beauty and elegance that accompanies the bride's walk to the altar.


Centerpieces: Floral centerpieces are crucial for decorating the reception. They not only adorn and beautify the guest tables with your color palette, but also contribute to the overall atmosphere of the space incorporating textures from flowers like Mums or Veronicas and greens like Hebes or Ruscus they set the tone for your celebration.

Newlyweds' Table: The table where the newlyweds sit can be highlighted with a more elaborate cascading Garden Roses, Ranunculus and Jasmine Vine floral arrangement or flowing Eucalyptus Garland, differentiating it from the others and emphasizing its importance.

Entrance and Focal Points: Entrances and other focal points such as beverage stations or dessert tables can be adorned with simple florals or greens to welcome guests and create visual interest points.

Personal Details

Bride's and Bridesmaids' Bouquets: The bride's bouquet is one of the most personal and photographed floral elements of the day. The bridesmaids' bouquets, although usually smaller and less elaborate, should complement the bride's bouquet and the overall theme of the wedding.

Boutonnieres and Corsages: Boutonnieres for the groom and his party, as well as corsages for the mothers of the bride and groom and other important figures, are floral details that add a touch of elegance and visual continuity.

Additional Decorations

Signage and Setting: Flowers can be used to decorate signs, seating assignment cards, photo frames, and rest areas. Delicate floral touches in these areas can unify the theme of the wedding and make every corner look special.

Wedding Cake: Even the wedding cake can include floral elements, whether fresh or made of sugar, to aesthetically link it with the rest of the decoration.

To ensure that every floral detail is perfect and nothing is overlooked on your special day, we invite you to explore our Bloomingmore Wedding Checklist.

This checklist will help you organize and plan all the floral aspects of your wedding, ensuring that each space and key moment is beautifully decorated and in harmony with the style of your celebration.

Prepare for your special day with confidence and individuality, knowing that each floral arrangement will contribute to making your wedding an unforgettable event.

Always remember, it is about your vision and we are here to help you bloom on your big day!

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