With more than 1000 weddings to cater for each year the quality and quantity of Byron Bay Wedding Flowers required to fulfil the dreams of every bride is mind boggling.
Have a close look at these flowers and you will get an idea of the wide variety of exotics and natives.
Even many of the natives are extremely hard to obtain in such pristine condition. Just think of the weather impact with droughts, floods, etc.
I don’t envy the florists in their quest to put together an impressive show when they are so exposed to suppliers whims and international supply issues.
Brides need to consider the weight of the bouquets. You don’t want to be lugging a dead weight around when you can achieve the same result with something half the size.
It’s not every day you walk around with a bouquet in your hand so it is easy to forget to hang on to it. For instance when you exchange rings. Hand your bouquet to the closest bridesmaid and make sure you retrieve it as soon as you have a free hand.
The bouquet is handy when you are doing a location shoot. I am not saying that the bouquet should feature in every shot but it is a definite wedding statement.
Seems so obvious to most but you will look at the photos in years to come and probably be your worst critic if you get it wrong.
Look through these shots of Byron Bay Wedding Flowers and try to imagine what these brides will think of their flowers 5 or 10 years from now.
Personal choice will dictate the look. No mystery there. Keep in mind though that the earlier you choose your flowers the higher the risk that supply could be effected by availability. Locally, interstate and internationally, the availability of flowers depends on seasonal and market fluctuations.
To think that you will be able to order 12 months out and receive the exact order is probably dreaming. Talk to an experienced local florist for practical advice.
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