Planning a wedding comes with endless decisions to make and plenty of pressure to ensure your “big day” is perfect. That is one of the many reasons it is so important to find vendors you love and trust. Trusted vendors make for easy decision-making!
In a world living in the DIY moment, there are plenty of chances live out your DIY dreams, but some things are better left to the experts.
Flowers and stunning arrangements can sometimes feel like another language. Experts are dedicated to knowing the trends and doing them well but are well versed in seasonal options, proper storage, and design aspects. Letting their passion drive them forward, they can accomplish even the biggest floral dreams!
We sat down with Heather Christian Folger of Heather Christian Designs to learn from her floral wisdom. If you’re looking for some guidance, stick with us and you’ll learn a lot!
Bouquets and centerpieces are common wedding arrangements. What are some overlooked areas that couples should consider adding flowers?
The Ceremony Arch and Aisle really set the tone of the entire wedding day. They are one of the most highly photographed areas of a wedding. We really try to work with our couples to create something beautiful that really represents their individual style!
What are some key considerations a couple should keep in mind when choosing their wedding florist?
I always advise clients to look over their prospective floral designer’s website and social media to see if they like their overall style. Next, you will want to see their reviews and make sure that they are a reliable company and experienced. Then it is really a matter of seeing what that floral designer puts together for you. It is so important when choosing ALL of your wedding vendors that you go with people who really care about weddings and have a passion for them! We strive to exceed all expectations of our clients!
Are there any floral design trends you’ve noticed that couples should know about?
The wedding fashion industry sets forth its new collections every spring and fall. The color Pantone of the dresses tends to ignite the color trends. This then trickles down into the floral design and decor trends for that season. 2022 is the year of Terracotta, Rust, and Sage Green. We have created a lot of beautiful rich-toned weddings heavily influenced by boho vibes with lots of bleached products!
Finding your trusted vendors can sometimes be an intimidating task, but don’t let that stop you from achieving your dreams for your big day. A big thank you to Heather of Heather Christian Designs for sharing her thoughts and passions with us!