Roots Floral Designs would love to be a part of creating your perfect wedding day. Our wedding flowers range from classic, to natural and wild, perfect for those small intimate weddings or a grand affair. Whether you are getting married in Bristol or Bath, or maybe further afield, we would love to provide flowers for your special day.
Please take a look below to get some inspiration and don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you would like to check our availability and pricing.
Wedding Flower Prices
Feel free to get in contact for a wedding quote, as every bouquet is different, so prices can vary. Here is a rough guide to our starting prices below:
Bridal Bouquet – £65
Bridesmaids Bouquet – £40
Buttonholes – £5
Wrist Corsage – £15
Flower Crown – £30
Jam Jars – £8.50
Table Arrangements – £40
Top Table Arrangements – £40 1ft
Thank you Bouquets – £30
Pew Ends – £15
Pedestals – £120
Flower Wall – £200
Flower Arch – £200
Vase hire – £1 per item
How to choose your wedding flowers…
If you’re not sure where to start when trying to choose your wedding flowers, take a read of this handy guide and we will help you get from ideas on scrap paper to walking down the aisle surrounded by beautiful flowers on your special day. To get things started, we recommend taking a look on Pinterest and Instagram to find your inspiration. Start to think about these 4 key areas:
Style – What style are you going for: natural, wild, minimal, elegant or classic.
Colour – What colour theme are you having? Traditionally the flowers, ties, bridesmaids and chair covers all match. Or are you going for a mixture of colours? Remember that flowers are not like fabrics, they only come in the colours they are, so if you want an exact colour you will need a florist to advise on flower choices.
Flowers – Do you have a favourite flower, or do certain flowers have any meaning to you? Do you want scented flowers or seasonal as they can be cheaper.
Arrangements – Think about all the possible arrangements and designs that you might need for the day.
Picking your Arrangements
Bridal Bouquet – There are four popular styles of wedding bouquets: the hand tie, shower, trailing and the sheaf bouquet. But there are also plenty of other creative and unique bouquet styles out there, so don’t be scared to come up with something different yourself or ask us for some inspiration.
Bridesmaids – The bridesmaids bouquets tend to be a smaller version of the brides and can be the same colour or part of the colour used.
Flower girls – Flower girls can have an even smaller version of the bride’s bouquet, or a flower crown that can be worn on the head, or sometimes a small basket of flowers filled with petals to scatter on the aisle.
Buttonholes – Worn by the groom, the ushers, page boys, father of the bride and groom, or anyone else you want to be part of the wedding party.
Corsages – Traditionally worn by the mother of the bride and grooms mothers, but again they are given to female members of the wedding party. Corsages can be very complicated designs or very simple like a buttonhole.
Table arrangements – These are placed in the middle of the tables and can be anything from jam jars, candelabras to extravagant centre pieces. Use your imagination and you can always ask us for some ideas.
Top table arrangements – Traditionally you would have a long and low arrangement to sit on the top table. Again you can have anything that you want so be creative.
Pedestals – Large arrangements that are placed on stands that go either side of the alter or anywhere you feel might need it.
Pew ends – Pew ends arrangements are attached to the ends of pews or chairs as you walk down the aisle.
Thank you bouquets – It is very popular to give out thank you bouquets with the speeches.
Additional arrangements – Don’t be scared to be creative if there is an archway, stair case, or fireplace that could be enhanced with flowers.
We hope our little guide has helped with your research, good luck with the rest of the planning and don’t hesitate to call our Bristol shop if you want to ask any questions. Thanks, Roots