Wedding flowers obviously play a large part in a bride's planning. There's a lot to decide; which wedding flowers, which colours, what size, what's in season, make your own or pay someone to make your bouquet etc etc I went down the route of purchasing beautiful peonies from a flower market and creating our own bouquets (with the help of my wonderful friends). It was easier than I thought - the biggest problem was storing them. I picked up the flowers the morning before my wedding day and we created them the afternoon before. Lucky we had a spare fridge! All of the shelves came out and they fit in there somehow miraculously! I was incredibly happy with how they turned out. For the table flowers, I just kept it really simple and cheap with some pretty white small flowers in lovely small vases (also purchased at the markets). I did pay them to create the boutonnière's though! I think it was worth the cost as doing everything would have been near impossible!
I loved the process of choosing the flowers, however unfortunately I only wanted peonies and they are only available a few weeks of the year, luckily they were available for our wedding. They were stunning and I was incredibly happy with them! x
I've found some good articles to help with planning your wedding flowers, good luck!
Planning your wedding flowers
10 tips for amazing wedding flowers
The 10 most popular wedding flowers
What do wedding flowers mean?
Here's some Brisbane florists specialising in wedding flowers:
Green and Bloom
Brisbane Wedding Flowers
Kate Dawes Flower Design