Choose a container that will complement the shape and color scheme you have in mind. If you are just starting out, go with a traditional size vase __ not too tall, and not to squat. As a general rule, your container should be about one_third to one_half the size of your finished arrangement. So, for a vased bouquet you'll need mostly flowers with longer stems. A smaller bowl or basket is fine, too. You'll simply have to cut stems shorter and may need floral foam to help position each bloom. It helps to start with the simpler designs and work your way up, and a vased bouquet is often recommended for a first project.
Floral designs with matching shades or breathtaking contrast in a big or small arrangements would surely complement the wedding settings. By using creative and artistic talents, the flower decorator can create beautiful floral patterns. What kind of arrangement you would like at your wedding would be totally your personal choice. You can consider having a large arch of flowers, strewing rose petals or centerpieces in a color scheme that would be appealing to you as well as complement the entire set up of the wedding. A good florist will use flower decoration to his best advantage to make your reception venue look fantabulous.