Flowers add a simple beauty to weddings, and the personal blooms contribute a heartwarming touch. We've compiled a list of who should definitely get their own flowers and a few optional suggestions. When deciding on which flower for who, keep in mind the person's size: An enormous sunflower on the wrist of a petite woman could overwhelm her small frame just as a dainty single flower on a strongly-built man would get lost on him. Before you place an order with your florist, make sure you read our guide to personal flowers.
Adding flowers to your hairstyle is entirely optional, but you may want to consider them for yourself, your bridesmaids, or you flower girl. If your hairstyle is simple, use large flowers; if the style is intricate, smaller flowers will look better. Remeber that anyone—from the bride to the flower girl—can wear a floral crown in addition to or instead of carrying a bouquet.
The bride's mom, the groom's mom, both sets of grandmothers, a female officiant, and any female readers should all be given corsages, which can either be pinned on a woman’s clothing or worn on the wrist. For a modern look to a wrist corsage, pick a large, elegant flower like a gardenia or flat garden rose and cover the elastic band with ribbon
The groom, groomsmen, the bride's dad, the groom's dad, the ring bearer, any ushers, both sets of grandfathers, a male officiant, and any male readers should all wear a boutonniere, which is pinned to the left lapel. You should ask your florist to design these flowers so that they complements the shape, color, or floral choices of your bouquet.
While it's optional, most couples choose to give their flower girl a basket of flowers. Have her practice holding her basket, walking with it, and throwing petals before her walk down the aisle.