How much is a bridal bouquet? What is that thing called that the groom pins on his jacket? Can I have dahlias for my May wedding? When I first started in the wedding industry I knew absolutely nothing about floral design. I didn’t know what they cost, I had no idea what my options were and I was clueless about what was in season when. I’ve learned so much since those days, but I still default to the professionals to help my wedding clients select wedding flowers that fit their style and budget.
Roots Floral Design is a highly sought after northern Kentucky wedding florist that we’ve come to know and love. Kaytee, the owner and head designer at Roots Floral brings a fresh and organic take on wedding floral design, allowing each wedding she does to be completely customizable to each couple. Her designs often have a raw, textured, and natural look to them. Roots Floral Design only takes on a select amount of weddings each year, therefore allowing each couple to receive her full attention and care.
Kaytee is also dedicated to creating awesome online content that educates and inspires. Here we have shared just five of her most informative posts. These are specifically written with a newly engaged couple in mind.
Learn about the cost of growing, shipping, processing, designing flowers to understand the value of florists.
Before meeting with your wedding florist, make sure you ask them these 5 questions.
Think about these tips before making floral decisions for your wedding.
See three table design styles your guests will love.
Your venue, table type, and budget should be considered when thinking about what type of centerpiece to choose. Kaytee gives you all the details.
Beyond what Kaytee has shared with you, I think my #1 piece of advice would be to take the time to research florists before booking. You really want someone that you trust to create a vision that fits you, your event and your budget. Once you’ve selected your florist, trust them to do their job.
If you’re interested in learning more about floral design or are looking for a wedding florist, you should check out @rootsfloraldesign on Instagram and Pinterest. Kaytee is constantly putting out content and sharing stories from behind the scenes. I promise you’ll be inspired!
**The images in this post are from a styled shoot at Warrenwood with fine art wedding photography by Jeff & Michelle Photography.