Planning Your Wedding Florals

Planning your wedding can be both exciting and daunting; especially when it comes to choosing florals.

You may have some ideas you love from Pinterest or a wedding magazine, but what does it take to bring that together? Do you have the budget for it? And will those flowers make sense for your venue and overall theme?

Choosing Your Florist

There are lots of talented floral designers out there, but how do you know which one to choose?

Think about the general aesthetic that you are going for, and look to floral designers who have a similar style. Don’t be afraid to ask for examples of their past work.

At Rogue Florist we specialize in creating bouquets and arrangements that have a wildness to them, capturing the raw beauty of foraged flowers, greens, and other natural elements.

Check out testimonials from past clients to get a feel for the quality of work and the overall experience from consultation through to your wedding day.

Planning Your Budget

Whether your budget falls on the affordable end of the spectrum or the extravagant, it is is always good to book a consultation with a floral designer to get an idea of just what your budget will get you.

Many florists do have a minimum requirement for a full wedding, however if your budget falls below that, it is possible to still get bouquets for you and/or your wedding party.

Consider Other Details

Your venue, dress and even the season you choose to get married in will all play some role in your choice of flowers.

When you come to your initial consultation it is good to bring some of your personal wedding inspirations along with you. What colours are you thinking? Will the venue be indoors or outdoors? Rustic or more formal?

Bring along any photos, colour palettes, fabrics, or textures that you hope to incorporate in your big day.

Think About Your Story

Florals can help to tell a wonderful story; about the place where you first met, your heritage, or a memory about a loved one passed.

On your first consultation we will work with you to identify a story you may want to share, and they ways you can tell that through florals, bringing a unique and unexpected detail to your bouquet or arrangements.