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5 ways to incorporate the memory of loved ones into your wedding flowers


Photo of a bride pointing to a brooch in her bouquet with the blog title overlaid

As a Lincoln wedding florist, we understand that not everyone can be present on your special day. However, there are ways to honour, celebrate, and remember those who can't be with you. Here are 5 simple ideas for incorporating the memory of loved ones into your wedding day:


Display photographs of loved ones.


At Isabelle’s wedding, small gold frames scattered around the table flower arrangements where we dined displayed our own family’s wedding day pictures. It’s a beautiful and personal way to remember your loved ones through the generations, and share their memory with your guests.

Photo shows a table set for a wedding with flowers in bud vases, candles and gold framed photos
Photo: Steven Haddock Photography

Plant a tree or flowers in memory of loved ones at the ceremony or reception location.

This is a moment everyone can be a part of and take the time to pay tribute to a loved one on a special day.

Incorporate their favourite flower or colour into a floral arrangement such as the buttonholes - these are worn close to the heart.


Image of a man wearing a buttonhole
Photo: Steven Haddock Photography

Attach a memento of theirs to your bouquet, such as a brooch or necklace


This can be a meaningful and personal way to honour your loved one and keep them close to you on your special day.

Image shows a bride holding a bouquet which has a brooch placed in it

Include a floral tribute to your loved one on your wedding cake.


You could create a small arrangement of their favourite flowers or scatter some petals from their preferred bloom.

This mini cake vase was used for the bride’s mother’s wedding cake

Incorporating these personal touches can help you to feel connected to your loved ones on your wedding day. As a Lincolnshire wedding florist, Violet & Vine are here to help you create beautiful floral arrangements that honour and remember your loved ones.


Thank you to Steven Haddock for the use of these photos.


Violet & Vine are a wedding florist based in Lincoln. Please send us an email if you'd like to arrange a free consultation - violetandvineuk@gmail.com

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