Michael Hilbrown from Michael Hilbrown Floral Design shares his tips on how to add florals to any wedding venue. He says, "There’s many ways to decorate your ceremony or reception space. Wow your guests from the moment they arrive with a flower arch, or two flower urn pedestals either side of the entrance to create a warm welcome. This can then be moved to your reception space to reuse them - behind the top table is an excellent option. Additional fees can apply depending on location and amount of labour time required to move them.
"Flowers can also complement the wedding cake, either on the sweet treat itself or around and on the table to create an excellent backdrop for photos. A flower runner can be a beautiful way to dress the registrar table. This can then be added to the top table, so all the arrangements tie together in your wedding photos.
"For large budgets; flower meadows along each side of the ceremony aisle or positioned in front of your top table and hanging floral installations make for pretty design statements. For smaller budgets; clusters of bud vases on each tables always looks classy and elegant for smaller budgets."
Michael Hilbrown | Michael Hilbrown Floral Design | www.michaelhilbrown.co.uk
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