They are your wedding flowers after all!.
However, we do not recommend flowers being picked up until the day of the wedding.
With that in mind, most florists purposefully allow the flowers to open up so that the day you see them is when they are in their most beautiful state.
Can you get wedding flowers the day before?
1-2 days before the wedding:
You should arrange the flowers that will remain in water (like centerpieces, and bouquets – just don’t wrap them yet) first before the others. Then plan on arranging the more delicate arrangements like boutonnieres and corsages later.
Can I make my bouquet the night before?
Keep the flowers in the fridge as long as possible so they stay as fresh as possible, and even keep them in the fridge after you’ve made them into a bouquet. I’d recommend making the bouquet as close to the wedding as possible; the night before should be just fine.
How do you keep a bouquet fresh overnight?
Prepare the flowers for indoor use by plunging their stems into warm water immediately after they are cut to keep them hydrated and fresh. Heat is a cut flower’s enemy. Provide cut flowers with a rejuvenating chill overnight in the refrigerator to extend the time you’ll enjoy them.
How far in advance should you order wedding flowers?
It is prudent to place your order wedding flower order between six and nine months ahead of the wedding. For some people, ordering this early might seem way too far ahead of the wedding date. However, placing your order far in advance gives us ample time to plan for your big day.