10 things to know before you consult your florist 
1 Your complete wedding budget
2 Your vision or concept of the event
3 The style and color of your dress
4 The number of attendants and the color and styles of their dresses
5 Other people that will receive flowers
6 Location and time of ceremony and reception
7 Any restrictions imposed at the sites
8 The format of the reception
9 The floral styles you like. Bring magazine pictures of your favorite
flowers and styles and let us know your dislikes. 
10 The services you want your florist to provide, such as transporting
flowers from the ceremony to the reception, etc.


Bridal Party
- Bridal hair flowers
- Bridal bouquet
- Bridal throw-away bouquet
- Bridal go-away corsage
- Maid of Honor bouquet (can be different from bridesmaids)
- Bridesmaids bouquets (optional or for outdoor services)
- Bridesmaids headpieces (optional)
- Flower girl nosegay or basket of petals, optional headpiece
- Mother of Bride corsage/nosegay
- Bride's Father—boutonniere

Groom's Party
- Groom boutonniere (different from ushers)
- Best man boutonniere
- Ushers boutonniere
- Ring Bearer pillow and boutonniere
- Mother of the Groom corsage/nosegay
- Father of the Groom boutonniere


- Candelabras
- Pew decorations
- Aisle runner
- Altar decorations
- Plants, decorative trees for altar
- Archways, trellises and columns
- Chuppah designs


Arrangements/centerpieces for tables
- Linens & Tablecloths, napkins, runners available
- Candelabras, candles, silver vases in multiple shapes and sizes
- Tent pole floral and greenery
- Decorations for head table
- Flowers for cake and/or cake table
- Arrangements for buffet table
- Arrangements for sign-in table
- Tree, plants or other greenery for decorative purposes