Donate Your Wedding Arrangements Since you are jetting off to the honeymoon suite, consider giving your floral arrangements to a local charitable cause, suggests Maya Katz of Alimay Events. Several companies, including Repeat Roses, Random Acts of Flowers, Petals with Purpose, and the Bloom Project, will pick up your wedding flowers and redistribute them to nursing homes, homeless shelters, and hospitals to spread further cheer. You can also reach out to local womens shelters and childrens medical centers to see if they will take your leftover botanicals directly. Something to make you feel a little bit better about that bill, right?
Wedding Decorations – Flowers and Wedding Decorations Important Note We do advise that before you make any bookings or sign contracts with your Wedding Venue you ask your Hotel, Villa Event Managers or Wedding Planner if you are allowed to use external vendors such as florists. Also, are you able to complement or add to your Wedding Flowers Package and if so are there any discounts for replacements? The discounts might be small or non-existent but the fact that you can use external vendors is an important part of choosing your Wedding Venue in Phuket. Of course, if you cannot use external vendors then as long as the Wedding Flowers package suits your needs exactly then there is not a problem but it does restrict your options later in the planning process. Most venues are now open to the use of external vendors so you can have the Wedding exactly as you imagined and make changes all the way up to your Wedding Day. However, this enlightened approach to Wedding and Wedding Flowers planning is still not universal.
Display Rugs in Your Hallway or Foyer Hand-loomed carpets instantly elevate your cocktail lounge area or make for a boho-style aisle at your reception. They also, obviously, work well at home! If you plan to include rugs into your wedding decor, consider adding them to your hallway or foyer. We especially love when couples exchange vows standing on a special carpet, then add the sentimental floor covering to their bedroom or hang as a tapestry—and memory—in their living room.