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Wedding Flowers

When it comes to wedding flowers, every bride wants the best, and rightly so. This is your special day and the wedding flower arrangements must be spectacular, they must reflect you and your loved one. Our wedding specialist team can custom create a range of beautiful wedding table flowers, not to mention the most superb custom wedding flower bouquet for you. For a truly perfect day, explore the many types of wedding flowers on offer and let the very best florist for wedding celebrations look after you! Where’s the special day? We can help no matter where in Ireland you celebrate. From flower delivery in Dublin to Drogheda, Swords to Skerries, Louth to Limerick, we can deliver flowers Ireland-wide!

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Venue Flowers

Bridal Bouquets

A sneak peek at some fabulous bouquets and some of our wonderful couples on their special day

Ceremony Room Dressed

Some florals for your intimate ceremony

Buttonholes and Corsages

A selection of Gents Buttonholes and Ladies Corsages

Church Flowers

Church Wedding Florals   We cater for small intimate ceremonies and Large scale church decor.

Our Wedding Flowers

Here at Arbour Blooms we pride ourselves on using the best quality flowers to create beautiful wedding designs to compliment your special day.  We are passionate about wedding florals and have a wealth of knowledge and years of experience to help you decide on the perfect blooms.    We keep up to date with all the current trends and latest styles and can help you choose the perfect style to compliment your dress with gorgeous seasonal flowers.

If you choose us as your wedding florist our most important role is to guide you towards a wedding look that fulfils all your dreams.   As experts in our field, we will let you know which flowers are in season and also help you create a beautiful wedding style be it glamour, boho, simple or on-trend with a relaxed garden style, whether a church or civil ceremony we can look after all your floral needs.

We design Bridal bouquets, Buttonholes, Headpieces, Ceremony flowers, Venue Décor, Table centrepieces,  Garlands,  Arches and much more.

Let our team take the pressure of all the planning of your wedding flowers, we would love to meet with you and discuss your individual ideas and wedding flower requirements.  You can schedule your free consultation with one of our Wedding Team by contacting us by email at [email protected] or phoning us on 01-2530880.

We look forward to working with you on your perfect day.

Arbour Blooms Wedding Team

Frequently Asked Questions About Flowers at Weddings

How much do wedding flowers typically cost?

Please refer to our wedding flower guide, which details our current price list. Please remember this cost includes our professional florists’ time to assemble and arrange each item. If you would like to take care of the floral arrangements yourself, prices would differ. Contact our wedding team – we’d be delighted to have a chat and provide more information.

What are wedding flowers?

They are anything you want them to be. There is no such thing as archetype flowers for a wedding. The blooms you want, the type of arrangements you desire – it’s all down to your personal preferences. Some wedding flowers might be bold, grandiose and structured statements. Others might be more natural and modest. Whatever is right for you is right, full-stop!

Who should wear flowers at a wedding?

Again, there are no rules. The answer lies in your preferences and potentially your budget. Usually, the bride carries a bouquet, and there may be some flower arrangements at the ceremony. From there, options could include:

  • Floral hairpieces and/or small bouquets for the flower girl and bridesmaids
  • Boutonnieres for the groom and his best men and/or page boy
  • Wrist corsages for the mothers of the bride and groom
  • Floral arrangements at the reception
  • Wedding cake flowers

How to save on wedding flowers?

There are many ways you can save money when deciding on flowers for your wedding. You can have fewer arrangements by choosing just a bridal bouquet and maybe some small arrangements for the ceremony or reception.

You could just purchase the flowers from a florist and manage the actual arrangements yourself. Why not turn this into a lovely bonding session with some closest friends and family members? Bubbles and bouquet making!

If allowed, you can gather wildflowers and foliage to add to your purchased flowers. This will help you make more arrangements.

Where to buy wedding flowers?

Arbour Blooms has been a leading figure in the Irish flower industry for several decades. We have a dedicated wedding team that is exclusively responsible for looking after our wedding clients. They will assist you from start to finish and make the process smooth, enjoyable and efficient. When you buy wedding flowers from Arbour, our dedicated support team will make sure that when it comes to blooms, your special day is smooth and successful.

How to pick wedding flowers?

Start by listing the flowers you love most. With these blooms in mind, think about the wedding party outfits and what will work best. If you’re having difficulty creating a list, why not search for ideas on Pinterest? You can create a mood board and see what images you naturally gravitate towards most. Another great idea is to chat with your professional wedding florist. We know all the right questions to ask to get you to the perfect blooms!

What May wedding flowers are in season?

May in the Northern Hemisphere is early spring, and what a spectacular time of year for flowers! Global warming is causing slight shifts in seasons, making it difficult for the industry to say that such-and-such a bloom will most definitely be in season by early May. However, as a general rule of thumb, you can expect to choose from the following spring wedding flowers:

  • Tulips
  • Lilacs
  • Peonies
  • Irises
  • Rhododendrons
  • Azaleas
  • Hydrangeas
  • Bluebells
  • Roses

What is the tradition of flowers at weddings?

Wedding traditions vary across cultures. It is believed women carried bouquets in ancient Roman times to symbolise fertility, faithfulness and new life. Some say flowers have been used over the centuries for more practical reasons – to hide the smell of body odours back when we could not wash as frequently! Throwing the bouquet supposedly began in England, where it was considered to bring good luck.

Here in Ireland (and across Scandinavia and Ukraine), female wedding guests would typically forage wild flowers and create a bridal headpiece, which was used as an alternative to a wedding veil.

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