Friday, February 26, 2010

Who Pays For The Wedding Flowers

Next to the wedding dress, flowers are a big focal point of your wedding line! Who pays for the flowers at a wedding? Typically, the bride pays for the bride's attendants flowers. She or her family also pay for any flowers used at the ceremony and reception.

The groom according to tradition pays for the bride's bouquet, corsages for both mothers, and boutonnieres for the groomsmen. As a couple, you can decide if you want to pay for flowers the traditional way or if you have another plan up your sleeve!

What really matters is that the two of you sit down and decide who will pay for which flowers. Don't be afraid to set a limit on how much you can or will spend and then stick to it. Traditional or non, no matter as long as you both agree and then the bride gets to choose what type of flowers and the color of flowers she wants.

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