style
flowers
rlw
planning
more...

Notice: Undefined offset: 1 in /home/weddinga/public_html/site/templates/main.php on line 169

Help! What do I do if I want to change my wedding flowers?

Help! What do I do if I want to change my wedding flowers?


Written by Katie Byrne


Karen Barnes of Interflora answers this reader's floral predicament...

 

The question: "I've spent hours discussing my all-white wedding theme and matching florals with my florist - but now I want pastel flowers to stand out. Is it okay to change my find with only a few months to go? Will my florist mind?"

The answer: "This is your big day we're talking about, and your florist will want you to feel as delighted with your flowers as much as every other aspect of your wedding! So long as you give your florist at least three weeks notice, it should be fine to change the colour theme and stem choices. In terms of pastel colours, soft and pretty pinks, peach and lilacs are very on trend at the moment."

The Interflora wedding bouquets and arrangements pictured are designed to order to showcase the creativity of Interflora’s expert wedding florists and to provide ideas and inspiration for brides-to-be. Visit interflora.co.uk/weddings to see more, as well as to search for a trusted Interflora florist closest to your home or venue. Prices for Interflora wedding designs are dependent upon individual briefs and consultations.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: 6 things to do with your bouquet after your wedding


wedding flowerswedding flower ideaswedding planningwedding advice




Wedding DIY: greenery table garland

Wedding DIY: greenery table garland


5 ways to include edible flowers in your wedding

Plus, the blooms that are (and aren't!) suitable for eating...

5 winter wedding flower trends every festive bride should know about

5 winter wedding flower trends every festive bride should know about


I'd like to decorate the aisles of my wedding venue a little differently - any ideas?

I'd like to decorate the aisles of my wedding venue a little differently - any ideas?