We talk boho wedding flowers with Somerset wedding florist Jennifer Maynard of Parker and Peony Flowers...
We always emphasise the importance of making your day exactly what you dreamed of. Start off by creating an inspiration moodboard to home in on your colour palette and help you pull together all the relaxed, boho styling and floral designs that catch your eye; this could be on Pinterest or a physical moodboard. Things to look out for would be table décor and entrance arrangements as well as bar and seating area props. You may want to consider suspended florals; these will create real wow factor when your guests first enter. Everything you choose should be influenced by your venue and the look you aspire to achieve.
Your moodboard should also contain varieties of flowers you love and what kind of bouquet you'd like. For example, what shape or size and what the greenery to floral ratio will be like. Taking into account your theme, I'd recommend our full foliage crowns for your bride tribe for a pinch of understated boho charm – they look incredible in photos!
Finally, think about a budget for your florals by clarifying what's important to you and your partner. This will help your florist to plan and give you the best outcome on your special day.
Jennifer Maynard | Parker and Peony Flowers | www.parkerandpeonyflowers.com
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