Designing wedding flowers involves more than choosing the bridal bouquets and centerpieces. In fact, once your main florals are selected, the smaller choices of how to infuse your ceremony and reception venues with your style and color palette can be just as important in setting the theme for the day. From the flower girl’s crown to favors for your guests, there are hundreds of wedding extras that can be added to make your day uniquely personal. At Trias Flowers, we are dedicated to combining our expertise with your vision to create a stunning day.
Your flower girl and ring bearer are the first ones down the aisle, and all eyes are on them. A floral wreath crown, pomander or custom made basket is perfect for the little princess, while a floral pillow for the rings is a subtle but impressive detail.
In Miami, we love outdoor ceremonies – and why not? With beautiful blue skies and water as a backdrop, these settings are truly special. Make these vistas even more striking by adding florals that make a statement. A trellis or gazebo is transformed with floral garlands or large bouquets, and our beach atmosphere lends itself perfectly to tropical flair.
A good rule of thumb in deciding where to place floral wedding accents is to think of where the camera will be focusing. As the bride walks down the aisle towards the altar, many photos will be taken. Having vibrant pops of color along the aisles will ensure your wedding style is represented well. Flowers can be affixed to the chairs, or pomanders, vases, or lanterns can be hung from shepherd’s hooks. Floral topiaries and freestanding arrangements can easily create a focal point for the ceremony, and then be moved to the reception to continue to add to the beauty of the day.
Floral Idea: If your aisle florals will not be utilized beyond the ceremony, send them home with a few lucky guests! Place a card under a random chair in the aisles where a bouquet is placed, and have the officiant tell people to check under their chairs to see if they have “won” the bouquet.
At the reception, individual blossoms can be utilized in many creative ways to continue the cohesive design and style of the day. Place a flower at each place setting, or wrap your menu with a satin ribbon and pin a flower to it that your guests may choose to wear.
From start to finish, your ceremony and reception can be designed with color. Turn your wedding cake into a floral masterpiece with a custom cake topper, cascading blooms or a floral wreath surrounding the base of the cake.
Trias Flowers of Miami is family-owned and operated by fourth-generation floral experts who are dedicated to true artistry in their work. For your wedding florals, we are the first call you should make.