Jan 18 2016

Wedding Websites

At Weddinghand.net we fully understand how crucial any type of visual element is to your wedding day. Therefore we strive to create wedding websites with this in mind.

Our design range from cutting edge patterns to traditional floral designs. All  designed to suit the individual taste for each bride and groom

This is a great way of showing off chosen your wedding theme,without letting too much away before  your wedding day.

A Little Information, When Booking A Wedding Florist…

Florists can create many wonderful designs and all will add to the feel of your wedding day.

Cost can vary significantly Usually between £300 upwards depending on season and where the flowers are sourced.


Many modern day floristes require a deposit between 20% and 50% with is completely acceptable, as they have many up from t cost, when buys the flowers from there chosen dealer or a flower market.

Maybe consider booking your florist at least 32 weeks before the big day or even sooner should you have preference for a certain florist.


Always drive to find out what the signature style of the florist is. Also ask to see designs, and take note how these will vary from season to season. Keep this in mind as this is relevant to you r wedding day and the choose that will be on offer.


Always make sure that your florist has worked in the wedding industry before and that they know  what is expected of them.

Hints and Tips when choosing a florist


• Check that their prices are correct to the season that you are booking for, and that the flowers you have in mind will be in stock within this time period. make sure the bouquet suits your wedding dress and style of the wedding day.


Check out all the choices on offer

A good florist should be able to guide you in the right direction without being too pushy. they should steer you through any of the ideas you might have and be happy to suggest ideas without being pushy or single minded.


Learn all the different  terms florists may use, to help you get what you are looking for. Such words you might encounter are… BRIDAL BOUQUET: BRIDESMAIDS BOUQUETS:  BOUTONNIERES:  CENTERPIECES:SWAGS: All of which are common place in a florists vocabulary. A good florist should explain these to you but also be happy to speak to you in ‘Laymans terms’ to not confuse you with all the wedding florist jargon.

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