Before they start to come up with ideas for your wedding flowers, your florist should try to gather as much information about the rest of your wedding as possible. If they don’t show much interest in your plans they’re probably not the one to choose.
  Wedding would just not be the same without flowers. Every bride wants her wedding to be memorable and her choice of flowers or arrangements should reflect her specific taste and personality. Her flowers should create a theme to make her wedding day special and provide the finishing touch to this very special day.
 Colour is an important part of your decision about which flowers to have. The colours chosen should complement the bridal gown,
  Wedding flowers can be simple or elaborate depending on the type of wedding that is being planned. Either way, they should have a look of individuality and look as if they have all been specially created for the bride.
For a true winter wonderland bouquet, your basic colour will be white, but you can vary this with shades of ivory, cream and green. Cala lilies are a popular choice for winter wonderland weddings, but you could also look for avalanche roses, delphiniums and hydrangeas. A perfect way to accessories your winter wonderland bouquet would be to spray pine cones with sparkling silver paint and attach them to lengths of wire to insert amongst your flowers. Not all bouquets work with every body type. It's important to keep your bouquet relative to your frame as you want your flowers to complement your dress, not obscure it. Go too small, however, and you'll look like you're carrying a child's posy instead of a once-in-a-lifetime arrangement! Taller women should stick to longer arrangements, like arm sheafs or cascade bouquets. Women of shorter stature, on the other hand, should hold onto more compact bouquets, and those with a larger frame will look best with fuller flower groupings.