Flowers are such important element for the "big day" that it's always worthwhile seeking the advice of a skilled florist. Even if you know someone who's good at flower arranging, creating bridal bouquets, headdresses and other floral accesories demands the expertise of a fully trained specialist. Make an appointment with your florist two or three months before your wedding and bring along any visual references to your wedding gown, the bridesmaids dresses, your veil; ideally samples of the material and even an idea of your intended hairstyle, this will enable your florist to co- ordinate the style, design and colour of flowers with your outfit and ensure that everything runs smoothly on the day. You can discuss your ideas and the inclusion of favourite flowers, plus of course, the important question of cost. However much you wish to spend, your wedding flowers will be tailored specially for you and you can be assured of inspired design and top quality workmanship.
Midland House Laois (Laois)