What to Expect During a Consult

I hope you’re just as excited as we are for your consult! A time where we can collate all your ideas and Pinterest research for your wedding day.

To help you prepare, here are a list of items we’ll be asking you about:


1.    Bouquets 

Please bring along all your inspirational photos so we get a good sense of the style and colour themes you like. We recommend picking the colour of the bridesmaid’s dresses prior to consulting with us, to assist us with your colour theming.  

 Click Here to be directed to our blog on picking your perfect bridal bouquet.

2. Buttonholes 

Of course, one each for the groom and groomsmen. Don’t forget to ask fathers and grandfathers if they’d like one as well. We make a daintier buttonhole for pageboys to suit their age.


 3. Corsages 

We give the option of a pin-on corsage (a more feminine version of a buttonhole) or a wrist corsage. Please ensure to ask mothers and grandmothers what they prefer. A wrist corsage is slightly more expensive but is a better alternative if they plan to wear something delicate e.g lace or sequins. 


Whether your ceremony is indoor or outdoors, here is a list of floral elements for you to consider:

  • Feature Arrangements 
  • Aisle Posies
  • Archways
  • Welcome sign decorations
  • Signing table flowers



  • Bridal Table Arrangements
  • Guest Tables Arrangements
  • Wishing Well and Flowers
  • Entry Ways
  • Cake Flowers
  • Seating Chart and Flowers



We have a variety of hire items available meaning we can be your one stop shop for all the styling your wedding requires. Some items include:

  • Urns and Pedestals
  • Arches
  • Carpet Runners
  • Chairs Vases (in a variety of shapes and sizes)
  • Candles and Tealights
  • Wishing Wells
  • Candelabras
  • Easels and Frames


Click Here for a list of our hire items.

Once again we look forward to meeting you and turning your vision into a reality. 



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