2 Floral Design Ideas That Make a Big Impact

 Amanda Castle Photography

Amanda Castle Photography

Ask any florist, and they'll probably tell you the more flowers, the better. We do have a crazy love for flowers of all shades, shapes, and varieties after all. But we also know that not every wedding needs flowers everywhere you turn. We also know that sometimes the budget isn't conducive to massive amounts of florals, too. So, if you're lost when it comes to floral design, and trying to decide what will make the biggest impact, these are the 2 items I always recommend giving the most time and attention. Trust me, narrowing it down to just 2 was extremely difficult, but I believe these are the most impactful on your wedding day!

Your Bridal Bouquet

If there were just one floral product I had to recommend to my brides, it would be to have a really beautiful bridal bouquet. Imagine, for a minute, the photos you're most interested in looking back on years from now, and the photos you're most interested in showing your children and grandchildren. You're probably picturing beautiful, picturesque photos of you and your spouse, right? And imagining further, you probably see a beautiful, lush bouquet in your hand. That's why I believe this is one of the most important, if not the most important floral item of your entire wedding day. These are the flowers you're going to look at over and over for years to come. If you're on a tight budget, I highly recommend splurging a little more in this area!

 Amanda Castle Photography

Amanda Castle Photography

 

Your Centerpieces

This one just may be up for debate, but in my opinion, it's a really important one! Your wedding day is the first day of your marriage, and I believe it's important to create an environment where your guests truly experience your unique style. Flowers are just one of the really great ways you can convey this style, because there are so many options! Not only do you have the options of style, color palette, shape, and texture, but you also have the option of what vessels your florals will be displayed in and how that will complement your linens and place settings. If you're on a tight budget, the other great thing about centerpieces is that you can splurge a little on half of them, and then create a really beautiful ambiance with candles and lighting on the other half.

 Amanda Castle Photography

Amanda Castle Photography

Need help figuring out how to make your wedding flowers impactful? Let's chat through some ideas together!