Congratulations on your engagement! Now that you have the summer to focus on your upcoming winter wedding plans, the floral experts at Central Square Florist encourage you to call us soon to discuss all the details. Wedding coordinators agree that by the end of the summer months, you should have finalized all the major aspects of your big day, including venue, bridal party, color scheme and floral design. By now, you have likely secured a venue.
Christmas weddings compete with many other events for the most popular venues, conference centers, and reception halls. December books up quickly, so make sure you get on the schedule as soon as possible! Once you have booked the church and the reception venue, make a quick call to find out if they plan on having decorations of their adorning the venue; both to synch up with your theme, as well as to possibly utilize some of their decor – lights, trees or wreaths, for instance – as backdrop for your event.
A holiday wedding gives you the perfect opportunity to incorporate seasonal flair into your wedding décor, creating a magical winter wonderland. Traditional holiday colors such as white, red and deep plum comprise a popular color palette and also give you a wide range of available seasonal flowers to choose from. Our wedding team will often add evergreen to your arrangements for a natural and fragrant floral design; while pine cones, holly berries, and sparkly ornaments are classic ways to incorporate the beauty of winter into your holiday wedding. From the most elegant crystal vases to the warm ambiance of flickering candles, the floral designers are Central Square have all the ideas you’ll need to create just the right setting for your big day.
These recommendations come from years of experience, so don’t trust just anyone to help you coordinate your wedding bouquets and arrangements. Central Square Florist is the best call to make in Boston for a holiday wedding – even in July.