Wedding Flowers


Wedding bouquets are a lot like wedding dresses. Every bride needs one, they come in a variety of shapes and sizes and they take a big bite out of your budget. How do you find a bouquet that fits with your theme, consists of the blooms you’d like to use and still expresses your personality?

First, you need to decide if you want a formal, semi-formal or casual bouquet. Your bouquet should have style, shape and significance, and if you’d like to personalize it even more, add a few mementos. Family heirlooms, like earrings and brooches, can be added to the bouquet wrap. We can have the bouquet wrapped with a special swatch of fabric, like a piece of your mother’s wedding dress or a strip of the dress you wore on your first date with your fiancĂ©.

Of course, you can always go for style over meaning and match your bouquet to your wedding’s theme. Shells and starfish make great accents for beach weddings. Ivy, a butterfly pendant or maybe a small, tasteful ladybug pin will transform your bouquet into garden party-ready blooms.

Here, on my Niagara Wedding with Patti Wallington website, I’ve provided pictures of popular choices of wedding bouquets. Pick out the bouquets you like and I’ll contact a few of the exceptional Niagara florists we deal with and provide a personal quote for you.