The Little Details

12 May The Little Details

Organising a wedding can be quite the undertaking. Even with the input of family and friends, it can be overwhelming to decide on so many aspects of your day. At Lavender Green Flowers, we understand that wedding planning can be simultaneously exciting and stressful. Which is why, with over 25 years of experience, we can help put your mind at ease.

We are passionate florists, who understand that your day should be uniquely tailored to you. With us, there is no such thing as a standard wedding arrangement. Making your big day feel as special as possible is important, every little detail is bespoke to you and your day. We know that it’s the little details which make all the difference. That’s why people who love flowers come to us.

‘The Little Details’ are so integral to Lavender Green’s approach to weddings that we are going to be posting a series of blogs around this topic over the coming weeks. For more ideas about what you can do to make your day extra special, keep reading. Alternatively follow @LavenderGreenFlowers on Instagram for more inspiration or click here to look at our Wedding gallery.

Gorgeous pastel bouquet filled with David Austin Garden Roses, Piano Roses, Sweet Peas, Astilbe, Veronica and Hydrangea.

During your consultation at Lavender Green Flowers, we will sketch every element of your design. This will ensure you know how your flowers will look and feel for your guests. Whether you want to create a relaxed romantic setting or something more opulent and glamorous, it’s up to you. This is because we know that your guests are a hugely important factor in your day. As much as a wedding is a day celebrating the joining of two people, it is also a unique opportunity to celebrate your family and friends.

In our experience, weddings offer couples the opportunity to show how important their friends and family are to them. One of the little details, which can seem really unassuming, is who you give your buttonholes to. British protocol would normally dictate that men receiving buttonholes should include; brothers and fathers from both sides, ushers, the groom and usually anyone doing a reading. However, this protocol doesn’t have to be strictly adhered to, and it isn’t a conclusive list of people who are eligible to receive a button hole. Last summer, one of our Brides wanted her Uncle to feel included in the wedding party. Before the ceremony, this Uncle was given his buttonhole and was overwhelmed by this act of unexpected kindness. It’s the little details that can really make your guests feel special and appreciated.

Sweet Avalanche Rose Bouquet laced with Lily of the Valley

Whether you include heather in the buttonholes of your Scottish relatives or incorporate the favourite flower of a family member into your bouquet, it will have a big impact. At Lavender Green Flowers we want you to be able to find opportunities to do something special, unexpected and unique to you.

The beauty of the little details is that it doesn’t matter what budget, venue or style you envision for your wedding. Sometime the littlest things can have the biggest impact.

Blush Pink Garden Rose buttonhole

Hannah Scott |Weddings