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Wedding Style Handbook Sunshine Coast Bridal vintage bouquet. The bride's . Beautiful of mixed flowers and greenery, decorated with silk ribbon, lies on vintage wooden table. vintage style.White, coral, fuchsia, lavender or burgundy – choosing the colour palette for your wedding flowers can be a daunting experience, and it’s no surprise that confirming the actual wedding bouquet style for your day can send your bridal brain into breakdown. Help from the professionals will keep your sanity intact and your eyes on the pretty prize, and a good floral designer will share their knowledge and experience with you, guide and advise, and navigate you through that frenzied floral maze. It seems that our favourite floral designers are re-inventing previous trends, adding current ideas and creating wedding bouquets in unexpected and uniquely breathtaking ways.

Brides-to-be are looking at walking down the aisle in their own individual way, but there can still be some hesitation and confusion with what style to embrace, what colour palette to confirm and how to showcase your wedding day floral flair. Whether it be oversized cascading bouquets with plenty of floaty foliage accents, to streamlined minimalistic gathered blooms, your floral designer can point you in the right direction, and help you with the floral story for your wedding day.

2018 will bring through a whole new sphere of bouquet trends, so what blossoms will you be obsessing over, and what bouquet concepts will tickle your floral fancy? Our designers showcase upcoming colour combinations, design trends and plenty of pretty inspiration for floral aisle style!

Wedding Flowers Check List

  • Start researching your must have flowers and understand what might be available for your wedding day.
  • Collect images and inspirational styling concepts that represent your floral vision, and start creating a styling board to signify your style.
  • Embrace Pinterest but be cautious with inspiration that may not be achievable or available for your wedding day.
  • Make sure you have your dress in place and colours and styling decisions confirmed before you start choosing flowers.
  • Consider your budget and what areas you would like to focus on.
  • Engage a professional floral designer to take charge of your floral designs, and don’t forget the old saying ‘You get what you pay for’.

Check out our recommended wedding florists here.

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