Flowers play a vital part in your wedding day, and feature prominently in all aspects of the event.
When thinking about your wedding flowers, using a wedding flowers checklist will help you decide on where and how flowers will make an appearance on your day.
Of course the day is yours and no two weddings are the same, so pick and choose what you use and what you leave out!
Bridal Party Flowers And Bridal Bouquets
- Bride's bouquet
- Brides throw away bouquet
- Bride's floral headdress
- Bridesmaids bouquets
- Bridesmaids floral headdresses
- Flower girls bouquet or basket of petals
- Flower girls floral headdress
- Wrist corsages
- Corsages : mothers, step mothers, grandmothers, godmothers and any other woman you wish to honour on your wedding day
- Groom's buttonhole
- Groomsmen's buttonholes
- Pageboys and ring bearers buttonholes
- Ushers buttonholes
- Buttonholes or Boutonnieres: fathers, step fathers, grandfathers, godfathers and any other man you wish to honour on your wedding day
Make sure your wedding florist delivers your personal flowers (bridal party flowers and bridal bouquets) labeled with what goes where and on whom to avoid any unnecessary and unwanted floral confusion on your wedding day.
Wedding Ceremony Flowers
- Altar Flowers
- Chuppah Flowers - Jewish Weddings
- Pew/Chair Flowers
- Aisle Flowers
- Church Entrance Flowers
Wedding Reception Flowers
- Reception Entrance
- Bridal table
- Guest tables
- Receiving Line Area
- Stairways and transitional spaces (such as foyers or any areas guests may wonder such as from pre reception drinks to the dining room)
- Guest sign in table
- Gift table
- Wedding cake
- Wedding cake table
- Restroom/powder room arrangements
- Flowers for garnishes on serving trays
If you are holding a post wedding brunch hang onto some of the flower arrangements to use at the venue of the post wedding party, it is a great way to tie the two events together.