The brides bouquet is the most important arrangement to nail down. Splurge on this, t's easily the most photographed floral piece in your whole wedding. Also, remember that more expensive doesn't mean bigger. Pricing is based on the value of the flowers, not the size.
This is an optional arrangement but should be made a priority if you're going this route. If you do have flowers as hair or hat accessories you'll want to take extra care to get them just right. After all, they may be even more photographed than the bouquet.
Following the bride's bouquet, the bridesmaid bouquets are easily the next most important arrangement. Of course, you don't have to include them, but many couples choose to. They also make for fun photo ops with the bridesmaids.
Many brides choose to simply use their wedding bouquet during the bouquet toss, but if you're planning on preserving you bouquet , you may want another option. This could be a simple and scaled-down version of your bridal flowers.
While not required, you may consider having matching boutonnieres, corsages, or nosegays for other members of the wedding party and/or important guests. This could include the ring bearer, the bride or groom's parents and grandparents, the officiant, and the ushers.
Hodgson says to keep this one small and simple. You can also have her toss other alternatives to petals like feathers.
These floral arrangements are a nice touch to welcome everyone into the day. You can totally get away with using alternative décor elements and still have the same effect. Think lanterns, fruit, branches, or even geo cubes
These beautiful pieces will backdrop the majority of your ceremony photos. While it's not required to include florals for your altar, we do love a good floral arch. Pillar arrangements are also a beautiful addition
Elevate the look of your guests' seating and make the wedding aisle oh-so-beautiful. Use an organic style arrangement on the floor for the easiest reuse as reception décor, "a pew marker is wonderful, but harder to repurpose."
To make a big impact without spending a fortune, set two statement arrangements on either side of the aisle. "It frames the aisle and makes for a great photograph without adding lots of little arrangements all the way down the aisle." These look stunning both at the beginning and the end of the aisle.