"Think about the season you’re getting married in and try to use flowers and foliage that work well for that time of year. For example, ranunculus and anemones are great for spring, blousy garden flowers are ideal for summer, and mixed foliage and berries are perfect for autumn and winter months.
"Remember your flowers will be seen in many of your photos, in particular, your bridal bouquet, so their worth prioritising. Sit down with your florist to discuss your needs and budget before booking.
"A good starting point is your bouquet. It should reflect your style and personality and is a great basis for your other blooms.
"Match your flowers to your venue, for example, rustic, natural options suit an informal barn, and structured blooms would be more suited to a lavish manor house."