Hello soon to be bride! We're excited that you've visited our page! Today we want to give you a tip on how to save and repurpose your ceremony flowers.
A traditional wedding ceremony typically lasts from 20 to 30 minutes. If you have a lot of ceremony arrangements you can opt to repurpose those florals for your reception. Yep, that's right..extra money in your purse!
This is something that you can discuss with your florist if you're on a tight budget. They are the experts and have many tricks on how to give you the look that you're wanting while staying within your budget. So be sure to pick their brains so that you guys can come up with a great plan for your wedding day.
So how do you transport the flowers from your ceremony to your reception area? Won't the florist be gone after they set up for my ceremony? Well that's where a Day of Coordinator comes in handy! And yes, after your florist has set up for the ceremony they will be off site before your ceremony begins.
Here our couple had this amazing arch and two focal floral pieces made by the talented Just Priceless Floral Design. Since their ceremony and reception was in the same space this made for an easier transition. During the room flip we centered their sweetheart table under the floral arch, and used the two main focal arrangements on two dinner tables, and the bridal bouquets were used for smaller arrangements as shown. Everything looked lavish and it was the style the couple was going for and they were able to stay on budget.
We hope that this tip was helpful for your planning. We look forward to bringing you more wedding planning tips. ~Happy Planning
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Day of Coordination: It's My Day Special Events
Florals: Just Priceless
Draping: Triad DJ & Events
Venue: The Lofts at Union Square