One of my favorite parts of a wedding is the florals.
I just love them. Every wedding is unique, every season and color scheme is gorgeous.
Send me home with some blooms from your wedding and you’ll brighten my day for weeks (because yes, I’ll probably wait till they’re good and crunchy to toss ’em!)
So how do you get from that Pinterest inspiration (from goodness knows what season or budget) to the wedding floral designs of your dreams?
Floral designer Colton, Director of Floral and Design for JDK weddings, is sharing a few tips on getting an outcome that will be better than you ever could have imagined!
“When picking a wedding florist, find someone’s work that speaks to you. Style is everything when it comes to choosing a florist, as every florist has a different style. After you find that style that you’re in love with, reach out to them, to make sure they are available, you vibe with them and their personality and can trust them with your day. Once you find that pricing fits within your budget, and opt to move forward with that creative, please put your full trust in them. If you put full trust in that individual, and give them creative freedom, you are bound to get more out of them with your final design plan. When you are super specific and funnel that individual into very specific details, you are hindering seeing the true art that they create. They are the experts at hand, and often know what different flowers mesh well, what vases and decor they have on hand to create your vision or can give you the advice of what you are missing from you big day. Now I’m not telling you to be unprepared and not have a vision going into your consultation, because we all love some inspiration, but let us fly and allow our creative juices to flow, and the outcome will be better than you have imagined! Happy Planning!” – Colton of JDK
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