Best Wedding Flowers Melbourne

Best Wedding Flowers Melbourne

Flowers are an essential part of any wedding as they are a symbol of love between the wedding couple. 

When you order from the best wedding flowers Melbourne has from InFullBloom, you are making a significant investment, and you’ll need to care for them to not only ensure they make it to your special day but also to avoid wasting money. 

Flowers are prone to wilting and damage, especially in the ideal warm temperatures needed for a perfect and memorable wedding. But these deal weather conditions could also hurt your wedding flowers if you don’t take proper care of them, which can ruin the entire mood and ambience of your wedding. 

Luckily, we have some handy tips to help you keep your flowers fresh before, during, and after the wedding ceremony and reception. Read on to learn what they are. 

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Ensure Your Flowers Come With Water Bombs and Packs

Withering and wilting occurs due to loss of water.  

Even though they have been plucked, your wedding flowers are still alive, much like the flowers in your backyard. To keep them fresh, you’ll need to ensure they get special treatment, and one way of doing this is to make sure that your flowers have a reliable water supply. 

When you receive your wedding flower bouquets, check them well to ensure they have a water bomb or water pack included. Most professional florists will include these essential components as standard, to make sure that your flowers get a constant flow of water. 

Sometimes, you may also need to spritz your flowers with water from time to time to keep them fresh. 

Store Your Wedding Flowers in a Cool, Dark Room

Undeniably, heat is the number one cause of wilting in flowers and plants. 

Your wedding flowers are not immune to it. Sometimes, your reception venue might be far from your church ceremony, and they need to be protected on transit. 

As you prepare for your special day, also think about the storage place for your wedding flowers. Ensure that your florist keeps the flowers in a cool, draft-free, and darkroom, which has no access to light, and ideally one that does not have a direct airstream hitting the flowers. 

Avoid Removing Your Flowers from the Flower Box before Your Big Day

When your wedding flowers arrive at your venue, you may be tempted to check them out and show them to your friends and family. 

However, touching them impacts their freshness as acidic sweat, perfumes, and other secretions may damage your flowers.

Also, do not let your bridesmaid touch any of the flowers; anyone who wants a picture with them should wait until the wedding day. Otherwise, be ready for discoloured and wilting flowers on your special day.

Consider Keeping Your Flowers in Cold Storage

Though it might not be the best idea, keeping the flowers in a fridge can help to retain their freshness. 

A refrigerator will come in handy when you receive your wedding flowers in Melbourne on a balmy day.  In particular, you should consider refrigerating all non-bouquet flowers. 

However, ensure that you set your fridge at not too low a temperature and turn off the power. The goal is to ensure that your flowers remain fresh without freezing.   

Also, remove any plastic or polythene elements before putting your flowers in cold storage.

Periodically Place Your Flowers in Vases with Fresh Water

Glass vases can play a crucial function in keeping your wedding flowers fresh. 

As mentioned before, many wedding flowers Melbourne florists deliver flowers with water packs or bombs as these keep your flowers fresh due to consistent water supply. 

Keep any fresh-cut bouquets in vases of water before, during, and after pictures and the ceremony, and consider adding two tablespoons of white vinegar to the water to inhibit the growth of bacteria and keep your flowers fresher for longer.

Fun Facts

  • Daffodils must never be put in a vase with other flowers because they secrete a substance that kills other flowers.
  • Hyacinths must never be cut down off the bulb as they last longer this way.
  • Tulips will continue to grow towards the light, even after they are cut.

Wrapping It Up

Keep your wedding blooms fresh and cheerful with these five simple tips, and you’ll be guaranteed a fantastic look on your special day.  

For more information on wedding flowers, please feel free to contact InFullBloom on our website or by calling 03 9696 1688.