Vital Tips for Wedding Flowers

17 Aug

The first thing that strikes the mind when you hear the word’ Flower’ is the colored soft petals with an enchanting fragrance. Flowers are nature’s best produce and mostly their softness is associated with human emotions. These emotions form a base of a relationship and are believed to be best expressed through external agents like flowers.

Significance of flowers in the Indian Weddings

Wedding is the union of two souls and individuals and it is almost impossible to imagine an Indian wedding without flowers. Every color of a flower translate a specific emotion so it becomes very important to choose the flowers carefully specially when they have to be used in a wedding. During a wedding, right from the decoration to the ‘varmala’ to the religious ceremonies, flowers have an important role to play. The whole wedding house and venue is decked up using different color flowers. But for the wedding planner or organizer it becomes difficult to manage the arrangement of flowers. Here, in this write up we will offer you tips for Wedding Flowers:

Selecting a florist:

This is the foremost step that you need to carry out. Just follow the given tips:

√   Opt for a reputed and specialized wedding florist of the town: For this you can browse the internet or ask your friends.
√   Always ensure that the florist is near to the wedding venue: This will ensure that the flowers that are used are fresh.
√   Ensure that the florist guides you what flowers to buy, in how much quantity and within a fixed budget.

Flowers or garlands needed other than decoration:

Flowers are considered sacred so they are used in ‘Mandap’, religious ceremonies and most importantly garlands are used for ‘varmala’ purpose. So, always assure that these are booked beforehand. The flowers used in the ‘varmala’ can be selected by your choice so do it well-in-time.

Also, garlands are required at the time of ‘Milni’ and ‘Aashirwad’ ceremonies. So, count the number of people and then order the garlands.

Different types of flowers for different ceremonies:

Every wedding ceremony demands different kind of decoration. Flowers used for traditional ceremonies like ‘tilak’ and ‘mehndi’ will be different from those used at occasions like ‘sangeet’ and ‘reception’.

Flowers needed for decoration can be in different forms like:

  • Bouquet form
  • Only petals are used
  • Flowers, cut in pieces

The form to be used has to be decided in advance so that they are decorated without any obstructions.

Maintaining the freshness:

Stale flowers, instead of adding grace to the décor, degrade it. So, it is essential to keep the flowers fresh.  What can you do to keep them fresh?

  • Cover them with wet cloth
  • Sprinkle water on them on a regular basis
  • Put the flowers in water and add sugar, lemon juice and bleach to them

Some more vital tips:

  • Choose the flowers as per the overall decoration
  • Don’t overdo the decoration
  • Feel free to take suggestions from your friends and relatives

Thus, using our tips can ensure you that the most elegant of the decoration on your wedding day. Tying the sacrosanct knot among the pleasant fragrance and presence of the vibrant flowers will keep your life blossoming in the similar way.

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2 Responses to “Vital Tips for Wedding Flowers”

  1. Travel Pillow November 18, 2010 at 6:05 pm #

    Roses are still he traditional wedding flowers that we use on wedding ceremonies because they are very beautiful..
    Great blog thanks for sharing..

  2. Indy April 14, 2011 at 5:28 pm #

    Thanks a lot – your answer solved all my problems after several days struggling..

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