We are thrilled to be featured on weddingwire.ca as an expert, spilling tips we have learned through the pandemic for all things micro wedding planning.
Wedding planning is looking quite different these days and flowers are no different! We have had to shift in many ways for weddings and are happy to share with readers what we know and how you can plan for your own mini wedding.
For Foxgloves, I think the biggest change has been adapting the original floral and decor plans, sometimes to a totally different season—we try to maintain the original look and feel while having to swap out entire lists of seasonally available products for new ones.”
Vendors and venues are working closely with their couples to adapt plans. This past year has been such a challenging one. Couples planning their wedding during this time have switched their dates 2,3,4 and sometimes even 5 times with the ever changing health guidelines!!
Reallocate your budget
We are reallocating the funds from bridesmaids bouquets and table centres into arch florals, backdrops and elaborate table florals for many brides. That said, a few events earlier during Covid when 50-people weddings were still allowed, we actually had to increase table numbers as we were only allowed a maximum of 4 people at a table. When this was happening we were having to stretch budgets.
From flowers to cakes, the typical wedding budget is being reallocated for a micro wedding
For more tips, read the rest of the blog post here!