by Natasha Ramnarayan from Nature's Petal Florist
- Owner/President at Nature's Petal Florist
- 2017 Pick The Knot Best of Weddings
What Design Styles Do You Work In? Traditional? Modern? Trendy?
Here at Nature's Petal Florist we make the dream of what the couple's vision is become reality. There is not one style we work with. We work with every style. To make the design a traditional, modern or trendy style all depends on the couples preference and what they are imagining to have their wedding look like. We like to ask for pictures of flowers, colors and/or designs to get... Read More »
How Do I Decide on My Flowers?
The first advice I tell potential couples is do some research. I find that Pinterest, Google search and wedding websites such as The Knot and Wedding Wire, provide helpful tools and guidelines on different flowers and designs that can be offered. If you have a color scheme or theme you like to work with, try searching that first (ex, blush and gold wedding or rustic wedding). This could give a... Read More »
What Other Special Plants Can Be Used for a Wedding Bouquet?
I love to use different textures and colors in bouquets. My favorite are exotic tropical flowers like pin cushions, proteas, celosia, and succulents. I feel they bring so much life and excitement to a bouquet. Natasha Ramnarayan
What is the Correct Way of Holding a Wedding Bouquet?
My first opinion is for the bride to practice holding the bouquet for a few minutes. Whether it be looking into a mirror or posing in front of a friend or family member, getting a feel for the bouquet will be beneficial. For cascading or waterfall bouquets, the bouquet holder itself will tell you how to hold it whether it is angled or straight. For hand-tied bouquets, holding the middle... Read More »
Can You Add Jewels or Brooches to Your Bridal Bouquet?
Of course! We love to add any details to the bridal bouquet such as bouquet charms, brooches , rhinestone accents , crystals and much more (even had a request to add a small Bible in to the bouquet). As long as it can be incorporated into the bouquet, we would love to add any elements. Natasha Ramnarayan