Bridal flowers and which ones to choose are one of the most important decisions a bride can make in the run up to her big day.
The bridal bouquet, the grooms buttonhole and any of your attendants flowers will be right there, in most of your pictures and so it is incredibly important to opt for complementary flowers for your chosen theme, colours, style and budget of wedding.
Kim Dalglish, from her shop on Holburn Street Aberdeen, said: “Many brides come to us with specific flowers in mind for their big day which is great – however to some, flowers aren’t something they have ever really thought of before and its fantastic when we get the chance to nurture this process along.
“We are very lucky to have worked with some fabulous brides and grooms over the years, creating a huge variety of different arrangements for their days, from the classic and timeless to a few more alternative ideas.
Consultations are a must with any florist in the run up to the wedding and please go with a professional who you have trust and confidence in and enjoy reaping the rewards of their experience when you see those ideas come to life.
Looking to 2016 and beyond, some trends and themes Kim forsees include the very soft, romantic and luxury palettes of soft pinks, peaches, blush and ivory of flowers like hydrangea, roses and peonies to create that unforgettable wow-factor to your floral pieces, or the ever-so-pretty vintage and rustic wild garden look, using lots of overgrown foliage and succulents, and small and delicate flowers including scented Freesia, Garden Roses, Astrantia, Ranunculus and Lisianthus to form a lovely natural look in any Bouquets, Archways, garlands and table centres. But whatever flowers you select they will definitely guarantee to decorate and embellish your already wonderfully beautiful day.