Edmonton Wedding Guide II :: Flowers + The Guest Experience

The Edmonton Wedding Guide II: A continuation of our previous guide that uncovers the importance of a wedding plannerunique wedding venueswhat to wearwedding details, and photographers

Here’s what we’ve covered so far:
The First Three Steps of Wedding Planning
(More) Unique Wedding Venues in Edmonton 
Invites & Stationery
Photographers & Wedding Videos

You can look forward to:
For the Grooms

Top left: Cory Christopher. Top Right: FaBLOOMosity Bottom (both): Swish Flowers

Top left: Cory Christopher. Top Right: FaBLOOMosity Bottom (both): Swish Flowers

Today we're talking about more details that will make your wedding scream you! The flowers in your hands, on the groom and his men, and around your wedding bring everything together and dress up the wedding. Here's some fresh cut talent in the city that have bloomed since our last wedding flower guide:

Cory Christopher
Cory radiates creativity. When he is not transforming spaces into true wonderlands he dreams up, he is putting together weddings of his clients' dreams. Take a peek at his facebook page to see what he is working on or contact him through his website.

Fabloomosity
Tucked inside Mercer Warehouse, Fabloomosity prides themselves in out of the ordinary floral design, or as they call it, botanical art. Check their facebook page for some inspiration of your own.

Swish Flowers
At Swish Flowers, there is no big book of previous weddings to look through. No arrangements are duplicated. They will get to know the happy couple and come up with something perfect for the style, size, and budget of the wedding. The shop has lots of little gifts and treats that you could pick up for your bridesmaids too.

THE GUEST EXPERIENCE

Instead of favours, couples are opting to invest more in the guest experience at the wedding. Sweets or candy tables are evolving into other edible treats that reflect the bride and groom. Think of how you can reflect your personalities and add to the guest experience. Here are a few great ideas we were given from Jennifer Bergman Weddings:

Photo credits: S'mores table by JDS Photography. Milk & Cookies by CJ Scott Photography. Homemade pies by Blake Loates. All photos via Jennifer Bergman Weddings.

Photo credits: S'mores table by JDS Photography. Milk & Cookies by CJ Scott Photography. Homemade pies by Blake Loates. All photos via Jennifer Bergman Weddings.

Are you flying away with your guests for a destination wedding? Elevate their guest experience by putting together a welcome basket or pre-vacation package that includes handy travel items, food or cultural items from the destination, and other goodies to get them excited to go!