While your Wichita event is sure to be a wonderful affair, finding the perfect florists to create event or wedding flowers is guaranteed to add a gorgeous touch to any celebration. Whether you’re a member of the Wichita Rose Society or wouldn’t know baby’s breath from bluebonnets, Wichita florists can help you transform your floral fantasies into event or wedding flower arrangements that will leave you and your guests speechless.
Wichita florists are happy to customize your Wichita wedding flowers to you and your betrothed’s interests, wedding theme, or to certain aspects of your love story. Consider wedding flowers in camo greens and beiges in honor of your McConnell Air Force Base meeting place, or including feathers in your centerpieces to highlight your favorite Saturday afternoon activity—bird watching.
Paradise for the green-thumbed and the botanical beginner alike, Botanica Gardens is the best place to start with your Wichita florist. From the gorgeous colors you can find in the Butterfly/Pansy House to the unique options in the Jayne Milburn Aquatic Collection, you’re sure to find some options that can be the perfect fit for your event or wedding flowers. Whether you’re looking to complete your wedding bouquet or the perfect accent for your wedding party’s corsages and boutonnieres, local professionals will steer you in the right direction.
No matter how beautiful your venue, Wichita florists are happy to help you “gild the lily” by providing event and wedding flowers that can only add to the breathtaking ambiance. And don’t be afraid to ask florists about creating wedding flower arrangements that include more than just blooms alone. Consider non-flowering plants, tree branches, and even non-living additions to help set your wedding flowers apart. Or even have Kansas florists create floral favors guests can take home with them for a living, lasting remembrance of your affair.
To get your search started now, browse our listings of Wichita florists happy to create event and wedding flowers you won’t soon forget.