Wedding Flowers and Packages

For your complete floral Wedding package, look no further. Come to Jane’s Floral Designs and browse through our wedding portfolio for ideas and inspiration, or bring your own ideas and we will turn them into reality.

Feel free to call us about your requirements or fill in the form and we will call you back.

“The flowers for the wedding were simply stunning – we were thrilled with them. Also, the help you gave us with delivery, etc was much appreciated.”

– Sarah and Jason

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Your Wedding Flowers Consultation

Have a wedding consultation in a comfy, relaxed atmosphere where we will go through your complete wedding flowers package from your bouquet to the classic groom’s buttonhole, from the church flowers to the reception flowers. We also provide the service of setting up your wedding flowers in the church and, if required, moving and setting up these flowers later at your reception venue.

The Wedding Venue

We can visit your wedding and evening venues with you to discuss your ideas for that extra special service with attention to detail. Consultations are by appointment or I can visit you at your home.

“We just wanted to say thank you for making our special day all the more special by doing such amazing flowers! They were absolutely perfect, thank you so very much.”

– Amanda and Mark

“The floral displays, bouquets and corsages were exceptional. We were delighted. Thank you so much.”

-Terry and Jean (Bride’s parents)

Wedding Flowers and Arrangements

Bridal Bouquets: We can provide all types of bridal bouquets.

Shower Bouquet: This is the most formal and traditional of the bridal bouquets, with its waterfall-like spill of blooms, cascading gracefully over the bride’s hand with or without trailing greenery.

Hand-tied: A selection of flowers bound with ribbon or raffia. These bouquets can vary from a formal arrangement consisting of all roses to a natural hand-tied bouquet consisting of a mix of seasonal flowers to give that just picked, natural look. The bouquet is bound with ribbon of your choice and colouring, with or without a bow, dressed up with diamonte beads in roses etc. This is a very versatile bouquet with so many variations.

 

Below is a lovely testimonial from Ally Hall – thank you!

“Jane arranged my bridal bouquet, 2 adult bridesmaid bouquets, 4 younger bridesmaid bouquets, two thank you arrangements and flowers for my cake. She listened to exactly what I wanted and the end result was better than I could have ever imagined. My bouquet was absolutely stunning!! Very professional and the attention to detail was spot on. Jane is just brilliant!! Thank you for making my flowers so special”

Photos courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/derochefort

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overarm Bouquet: This style of bouquet lends itself very nicely to long-stemmed flowers which are cradled in the bride’s arm. Flowers that suit this bouquet are calla lilies, roses, and lisianthus and many more. The stems can then be bound with ribbon with or without a bow and embellished accordingly.

Pomander: A small and compact bloom-covered ball, which is worn on the wrist by ribbon leaving both hands free. Roses can be used in this floral arrangement, spray carnations, spray roses or many other flowers of your choice.

Bridesmaids’ Bouquets: Bridesmaids’ bouquets are usually simpler, smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet with perhaps the exception of the shower bouquet to compliment the wedding flowers.


For younger bridesmaids: There are several options for the younger bridesmaid for example they could have a small and delicate bridesmaid’s basket with coordinating flowers of that of the bridal package. A pomander is another choice. Young flower girls might like to carry a wand, with a single flower on it or a small spray and finished with a pretty ribbon.

 

 

 

 

Hair Accessories: Headdress styles can range from a simple small spray of flowers to a circlet of flowers which is made as a delicate garland, and made to fit the child’s head and is comfortable to wear.

Alice band: A small spray of flowers attached to an Alice band.

Comb: A small spray of flowers on a comb or slide.

Corsage: A small spray of flowers usually made for the Bride’s Mother and Mother-in-Law and any other special ladies that the Bride and Groom might like to provide for. These floral accessories do not have to be attached to the outfit. One option is a wrist corsage on a decorative bracelet of your choice. Another option is your corsage could be attached to your hat, your handbag or even your shoe. Also, it doesn’t need to be attached to your outfit with a pin. A small magnet could be used instead so as not damage a delicate outfit. The corsage is either the same theme as the wedding flowers, bridal bouquet or flowers that compliment the Mother of Bride’s outfit.

Buttonhole: These are usually worn by the Groom, the couple’s fathers, the best man and the ushers. The couple can provide additional buttonholes for all their guests if they wish. Buttonholes can be varied from a classic white rose to a gerbera with china grass to a simple carnation buttonhole. The list is endless.

Thank you bouquets: Traditionally given to the Mother of the Bride and the Mother-in-Law for their part in organising the big day! You can choose a presentation bouquet, a hand-tied bouquet, an aqua pack or a basket arrangement with a special message thanking them for their efforts.

Table arrangements: These are varied and the choice is vast depending on your venue, the size of your wedding, your budget, number of guests, size of table and so on. You can have anything from a simple single flower in a bud vase to an elaborate vase display where the flowers can be submerged in water. Bring your ideas to us and we will transform them to reality.

Church decoration: Flowers in the church are a personal preference which can then be transported to your venue to become displays there. For example, pew ends can become your table decorations, a pedestal at the entrance of the church can also be moved to the entrance of your venue. Other items for a church are a garland over the entrance, flowers on the church gate, arrangements on window sills, arrangements with candles, and so on. You can choose as little or as much as you like, depending on your budget and taste.