Most of the wedding magazines will be able to tell you what’s in fashion at the moment but it is more important to find something that you actually like, as this will make for a good starting point when you come to meet your florist.
There are four classic bouquet arrangements:
Loosely tied short-stemmed flowers, tied with a ribbon. Carried by brides wanting to create a contemporary feel to their wedding.
Free style bouquet
Loosely tied long stemmed flowers are used to create a more natural look. An ideal way of bringing a very personal feel to your big day.
(Shower) Your classic wedding bouquet, commonly used in churches. An inverted teardrop shape, with the flowers drawn down towards a point. This style will compliment any bride with a full figure but should be avoided by petite brides.
A compact rounded mass of tightly packed flowers, quite often roses are chosen. This style is most suited to brides wearing a full dress. Bridesmaids can be given a small identical version of the bouquet.
Be inspired by The Broadway Florist's gorgeous Flower Couture Collection
detailing a selection of beautiful flowers for different occasions and seasons.
Shelley Spencer, Creative Director has an enviable flair and exceptional talent
which transforms flowers into coveted gifts, expressions of love and impressive displays.
Shelley's background in event planning helps stage a picture perfect backdrop and she is
adept at room styling through the use of flowers, exquisite details, lighting and props.
Each project is unique, inspired by design, colour, architecture and your personal tastes.
The Broadway Florist's Floral DECO team is experienced in hand decorating and styling
large venues, hotels, boutiques and private houses.
Locations are transformed and enhanced through the use of flowers.