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Wedding Flowers Edinburgh

When deciding on your wedding flowers the first thing you need to consider is do you want silk flowers or do you want fresh flowers? There are advantages to each.

Fresh flowers are the most popular choice and you'll find that you have a huge selection of florists and types of flowers to choose from. The only restriction is that usually you will need to pick what you want in your bouquets based on what is in season at the time of your wedding.

The advantage to choosing silk wedding flowers is that you will be able to keep them forever as a reminder of your special day. They also tend to be less expensive than fresh flowers. Another advantage is that silk is never out of season, so you can have any flower you like any time of year. You can even order the silk wedding flowers scented so they’ll smell just like real flowers.

Whatever you decide, silk or fresh, know that when you walk down that aisle on your wedding day the flowers will be admired at by everyone, but only after they have admired how beautiful you look!

There are many florists in Edinburgh and it makes sense to visit two or three florists to see how they compare on both choice and price. Most florists will be able to show you photos of their work to help you choose the colour and type of flowers that are right for you.

Before you visit the Florist try to think of what type of flowers and colours you would like and what your budget is. The average spend on flowers for a UK wedding is around £400-500. You will need to think about bouquets for yourself and your bridesmaids, flowers for the church or civil ceremony venue, flowers for the tables at the reception and buttonholes and corsages for the groom, best man, ushers and mothers & fathers of the bride and groom.

If like me you aren't very knowledgeable about different types of flowers you may find it useful to get a book or a magazine before hand and browse through it, taking note of the names and colours of the flowers that you like. If you are on a tight budget ask your florist what is in season at the time of year you are getting married, as in season flowers tend to be cheaper.

Simple Stunning Wedding Flowers book Simple Stunning Wedding Flowers by Karen Bussen is a good book for guiding you through the minefield of choosing the perfect wedding flowers, from bouquets and button holes to centre pieces and pedestals.

If you want to save money on your wedding flowers, one option is to order a ready made bouquet online. Flowers Direct provides a reasonably priced bridal collection, which includes bridal bouquets, flower girl flowers, cake flowers and button holes.

 
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