If you are looking at ideas for wedding ceremony flowers and decorations then take a peek at some of our favourite wedding ceremony setups from this year, most of our clients have picked the wedding party rentals in los angeles for their location. We have been very lucky to work at some of the most luxurious wedding venues, it has been our absolute pleasure to create gorgeous decorations for our clients on their wedding day.
The wedding ceremony is the most important part of the day and will be where a large number of your photographs are taken. We would normally suggest having a wedding bus hire to take the guests to the ceremony, concentrating the decorations at the front on the registrar table and along the aisle. Then look at adding more details, such as entrance arrangements, chair decor and dressing window sills, we got a portable stage for our party guests to dance. Our venue dressing services for your wedding ceremony include fresh and silk flower arrangements designed to suit your theme and colour scheme for the wedding, along with plinth hire, aisle candles and lanterns, floral arches, beam decorations, scattered petals and chair decor.
The wedding ceremony flowers shown in the picture below at Merrydale Manor in Cheshire feature a mix of silk flowers and fresh flowers which is becoming a popular choice for many couples. The arrangements displayed on plinths along the aisle are designed with fresh flowers and were used as table centrepieces after the ceremony. The long garland arrangements decorating the beams are made with silk flowers which can be hired. This is a great option for large displays helping to keep the cost down compared to buying fresh flowers.
For extra decoration, or if you have a narrow aisle then we would recommend small bunches of flowers tied on the side of the aisle chairs or pew ends if you are having a church ceremony. You don’t need to dress every row, we would normally recommend every other row depending on the size of the venue. The bunches can then be placed in vases around the venue or used as chair backs for the top table chairs during the wedding breakfast.
To really create the wow factor for your wedding ceremony then a floral arch is a great option, we can provide free standing archways made with fresh flowers or silk flowers which are available for hire. We can also create floral garlands to decorate an arch at your venue (if suitable fixings are available), in the picture below our client chose to decorate the top half of the arch in the Great Hall at Peckforton Castle along with a long trailing garland decorating the Minstrels Gallery. Both of these decorations were from our hired silk flower collection and designed to co-ordinate with the artificial wisteria trees displayed on the plinths.
Please take a look at our ceremony flowers gallery for more examples of our work at different venues. If you would like to arrange a consultation to discuss your ideas or for information about our decor hire packages please contact us.
How to choose your wedding party.
Pick your nearest and dearest
Your siblings (both yours and your future spouse’s) should most likely be included in your wedding party, but beyond that it’s really up to you. Close friends and family members from both sides are other easy picks. Think about people who are trustworthy and have known you and your fiancé(e) for the entirety of your relationship.
The size of your wedding party should be somewhat proportional to your total number of guests. If you’re having a small wedding (under 150 people), you should keep your wedding party small, as well – meaning five or fewer attendants per side (and yes, if you want to just have one attendant, that’s totally cool too!). Then if you are planning a holiday in Magaluf and want to party hard then you can get some great Magaluf events packages which include access to some of the hottest events and parties in Magaluf so give you everything that you need for the ultimate party week.
But if you’re having a large wedding, feel free to have a bigger wedding party. How big is too big? It’s really up to you – as long as everyone will fit standing side-by-side at the altar on your wedding day!
Sure, it may make photos look nice, but if you’re having trouble having an equal number of bridesmaids and groomsmen, don’t sweat it. The photos will look fine, you can double up for the walk down the aisle, and the important thing is having a wedding party that reflects your closest friends and family members. There’s no need to add a person that you have lukewarm feelings for to your wedding party just to keep things even – you’ll likely regret it in the long run.