PJ holds the clipboard while you hold the bouquet!
Hundreds of bouquets, flower combinations and natural ground cover as well as NOT-flower combinations including elements like eucalyptus, bark, sea grasses and leaves in making bouquets and clusters of florals, wristbands, bouts, head bands, garlands and more.
There's most popular florals always asked for, local flowers and seasonal elements, and natural fillers at different destinations. Many of today's couples expect and ask for unique, shape and structures that display not a perfectly organized arrangement that may in fact be boring but rather one that represent meanings of hope, and future expressions with unbalance and materials representing life's challenges and almost organic and alien in features. Take into consideration some of the facts below may help make your dream come true and keep you on budget, if you really have one. After all, it is your once-in-a-lifetime wedding, your dream come true wedding and remember, there are no do-overs. Consider some of the following as you consider floral arrangements.
. consider what flowers are readily available in the location you have chosen for your big day. What's in season and available will be easier to provide and usually the best in price (and hopefully in your color or they can modify)
. remember fresh flowers from outside the US will not be allowed back into the US, so the flowers you have at your wedding will be staying there (ask if there is a hospital or other institution they can be donated to)
. local sea grasses, shells and wild flowers make beautiful bouquets, take all the photos you want home
. consider a local nearby shop which can make you several beautiful satin centerpiece flowers to include in your bouquets and bouts, take them with you, then onsite the addition of simple sea grass or a wildflower or two will complete your flowers. This has become very popular. Take some of your satin flowers you like down, let them put together your bouquet! You could do this with aisle markers and bring them as well (or other sulus, tied cloth, floral, etc.)
. jewel bouquets are another you collect from family members jewels, create your wedding ball, then add sea grasses at the location to wrap, circle and drape down
Ms. Pamela (PJ) Ott Director of Romance Destination Weddings.Travel & Wild Side Destinations 503-260-0557