When planning to get flower decoration done for your wedding ceremony, the main focus should be to decorate the altar or in a Jewish ceremony a chupah or the mandap in a Hindu wedding. Where ever you are planning to get married, whether at home, club, hotel or banquet hall _ a beautiful flower decoration can enhance the beauty of the place. It doesn't matter if your wedding is a very formal, casual or traditional event; flowers are and will always remain a very important part of the ceremony.
Next, fill your "real" vase about two_thirds of the way with warm water. Make sure it doesn't leak. Add flower food if available. (Follow the instructions on the packet.) Place a few of your larger blossom flowers in the vase and step back. This will give you a better idea of how to proportion your bouquet. If the stems are too long, simply cut them shorter. If they are too short, try a different container, or add pebbles or marbles to the bottom of the vase to elevate your flowers.