Who all needs flowers in a wedding?
- Your bridal bouquet.
- Flowers for bride’s hair.
- Maid of honor and bridesmaids’ bouquets.
- Boutonnieres for groom, best man, groomsmen, ushers, fathers and officiant etc.
- Flower girl’s headpiece, basket decorations, and petals to toss.
- Ring bearer flowers.
- Corsages for mother of bride and mother of groom.
What does a boutonniere symbolize?
Introduction to the Boutonniere
A simple flower worn on the lapel of a jacket is a gesture full of meaning that extends beyond the flower. Boutonnieres are a symbol of fragile life, of beauty in nature, of love undefined yet captured in a single bloom.
What are typical arrangements at a wedding or reception?
Classically, the groom sits to the bride’s right and the best man sits to her left. The maid of honor sits to the groom’s right. Depending on how large the table is, the other attendants can also be seated near the couple.
Can a bride wear a wrist corsage?
Wrist corsages are probably the most preferred, but you have to make sure they will work with decorative cuffs and sleeves.