When words fail, there are always flowers.
Bridal bouquets, boutonnieres, bridesmaids' pomanders, flower girl posies, wrist corsages, floral centrepieces, petal confetti, floral arches and aisles covered in fresh petals. Flowers have been deeply associated with weddings and celebrations from the very beginning. When your guests step into your wedding venue, the sight and smell of your beautiful blooms are one of the first things they will notice.
Our packages all include a round bouquet of roses in your choice of colour/s and matching bouttonieres. You may add baby's breath to your bouquet and bouttonieres or you may choose a different flower type and style completely. We welcome your designs and thoughts for your personalized wedding flowers.
The Language of Flowers
Each flower type has its own meaning and brides today are specific about which flower types to include in their bouquet which carry some personal significance for them which adds a layer of meaningfulness to your wedding celebrations. Some of the more popular choices are as below:
Lily of the Valley symbolizes the return of happiness and trustworthiness. Kate Middleton chose this beautiful plant for her wedding day bouquet.
White Roses signify purity, innocence and youthfulness.
Red roses represent love, passion and beauty.
Blush or baby pink roses are for admiration, gentleness and grace.
Sweet pea with its rich fragrance and array of tones is a firm bouquet favourite and symbolizes the enjoyment of delicate pleasures.
Freesia with its sweetly scented blooms represents intimate trust and importance of friendship within a marriage.
Peonies are for timidness and beauty.
Stephanotis are striking in a bouquet. The elegant trumpet flowers of this Madagascan plant symbolize marital happiness.
Baby's Breath adds a touch of romance to any bouquet. It symbolizes innocence and fertility.