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Nambour Hospital Florist Time
17 Oct 2017 - 7:34pm

 

Wedding Service
 
We specialize in traditional floral design that compliments your style and venue.
 
Combining elegant colours, right textures and lingering scents, we'll create wedding flowers that are the perfect expression of your dream day.
 
 
Unlike most some other florists we don't provide a "generalised wedding package" for a price.
 
 
We provide a wedding service for your wedding.
 
 
 
 
Wedding flowers are special, they have to last the whole reception, be easy to work with and bring out the beauty every bride wants on your Wedding Day. 
 
There is a countless plethora of items that require flowers at a wedding.  
 
Things we recommend you to consider when choosing flowers for your wedding.
 
Colour
 
Choosing the right colour for your wedding is one of the most important decision to make. It will unify your wedding into a glourious event or every one.
 
Things to think about when choosing colour
 
There is a wide variety of colours in the colourwheel
 
Choose a dominat colour hue as a focus.
 
Let Nature inspire you
 
Match your colour theme to your wedding venue
 
Flowers are natural and as such might not come in that exact colour hue you want.
 
Seasonal Availablity
 
It’s better to know what flowers are available in what seasons before setting a date to avoid any disappointment if that flowere is particularly important to you.
 
Some flowers are seasonal and as such are difficult to obtain. These include tulips, hydrangea, lisianthas, and frangipanni.
 
It is possible to have flowers which aren’t in season ordered in for you, but this can become quite expensive.
 
Here is a general guide to flower availability in Australia
 
 
Summer
• Alstroemeria• Azalea• Camellia• Cornflower• Daffodil• Daisy• Delphinium• Frangipani• Gladiolus• Hibiscus• Hyacinth• Iris• Jasmine• Lavender• Lilac• Lily-of-the-Valley• Marigold• Sweet Pea• Tiger Lily
Autumn
• Alstroemeria• Azalea• Camellia• Cornflower• Daffodil• Dahlia• Daisy• Delphinium• Gladiolus• Hibiscus• Hyacinth• Iris• Lavender• Lily• Marigold• Morning Glory• Tulip
Winter
• Azalea• Camellia• Cornflower• Daffodil• Dahlia• Daisy• Gladiolus• Hyacinth• Iris• Lavender • Tulip
Spring
• Azalea• Bluebell• Buttercup• Camellia• Cornflower• Daffodil• Daisy• Flannel Flower• Forget-Me-Not• Hyacinth• Iris• Jasmine• Lavender• Lilac• Lily-of-the-Valley• Magnolia• Primrose• Rhododendron• Sweet Pea• Tulip• Waterlily
All Year-Round
• Baby’s Breath• Carnation• Freesia• Gardenia• Gladiolus• Iris• Lily *• Orchid• Phalaenopsis Orchid• Rose *• Singapore Orchid
(*It is important to note that flowers are subject not only to seasonal variations but also to the effects of the Australian weather. Eg floods etc)
 
 
Style of wedding flowers.
 
Teardrop, arm spray, traditonal posy style for the bride and bride's maids
 
Wristlets or coursages.
 
Buttonholes
 
 
Who gets what
 
Bride: Bouquet
 
Bridesmaid: Bouquet
 
Flower Girl: Petal Bouquet or Petite Hand-Tied Bouquet
 
Mothers: Corsage
 
Grandmothers: Corsage
 
Groom: Buttonhole
 
Groomsmen: Buttonhole
 
Fathers: Buttonhole
 
Grandfathers: Buttonhole
 
 
 
Before your Consultation consider the following information and bring it along so we can work closely with you.
 
Wedding Date
 
Wedding Venue
 
Wedding Time
 
Colour Theme
 
Numbers in the Bridal Party
 
Flowers needed for the Bridal Party
 
Flowers needed for the Family
 
Flowers needed for the Church or Wedding Venue
 
Flowers needed for the Reception
 
Any photographs of bridal flower styles you like.