A guide to Wedding Flowers and Bouquets (Episode 1)
I want to talk about combinations and new trends for the bride who wants to create and do her own wedding. To you girls, I give a big clap of encouragement. Once you know how to put combinations together and with a few nifty insider professional floral tips and tricks, the process is a breeze! Over the next few months, I will share how easy it is to make your own bouquets, table flower and whatever else is necessary to make your big day one to remember. What to do when you can’t find the real thing and need to use artificial blooms or foliage here and there or should I say, how to cheat the system and pull it off. It's seriously super easy!
My all-time favourites are white tulips, hyacinths and narcissi/paper whites. It’s a real treat knowing that whenever my heart desires a spring floral, Prestige Botanicals ensures they are always within reach.
The English have always loved their flowers, but so too did the early Dutch traders. If they had not gone off exploring the far reaches of the new worlds, we wouldn’t have the historical pictorial (see early paintings), recordings of the treasures they found.