The flowers and décor are the art elements of your wedding pallet.

They are hugely important part of making the statement of who the two of you are as a couple. Their beauty and grace not only help to create the mood for the day, they are also a major background point for your wedding and reception photographs.

From glitz and glam, Texas chic, or traditional designs the award winning team at  Goen South can do it all with a sense of style and grace that is unmatched both from a quality perspective as well as creative endeavor. I hope you feel the love and care we put into your flowers as you view our photo galleries.

I will listen closely to what you have to say and the photographs you show me to help you refine your wedding floral color pallet as well as select blooms that will fit the ambiance for your church and reception location. Part of my job is not only making sure your ideas with mesh with your location but also choosing blooms that will be in season. Most blooms are available year around with the expectation of a few that are brides favorites. You have to be careful in making your selection because as blooms enter and leave a particular season they can come in from our growers very small and are more expensive. It is very important to me to make sure you have all the facts before we start making decisions in order to get the best band for the buck with your flowers.

We design wedding floral based on three categories:

1. Your personal florals which will include your bouquet, your bridesmaids flowers and groom and groomsmen bounties as well as flowers for your family members that you want recognize and honor on your day. For me it is very important that your bouquet as a bride is bigger and stands out from your bridesmaids. It is of course your day and you need to shine. For the guys we want to make sure our bloom selection and design are masculine and will look great at the end of the night as well as the beginning of the day.

2. Your ceremony florals whether you are in a church or another location  need to show respect and define your “alter” area. Normally we create two anchor arrangements that will serve as marker for everyone’s placement during the ceremony. We also include what we call “pew ends” which will designate where the reserve seating is for family. Also we want to review with your facility rules and if allowed make sure to create an aisle of petals for you to walk down.

3. Finally your reception floral. We need to dress each table with a centerpiece and again this is where I will work with you in determine what will look best for your room. We want to take into consideration the height of the ceilings, how many tables we will be having for guest, what the lighting conditions will be like, (lighting your floral is key that is why I like for GoenSouth to take care of lighting  for you. You can have beautiful table arrangements if they are not lit correctly you and your guest will not be able to view them at the most beautiful and it will not look as nice in your photos) We also need to determine with you cake floral and any other elements that you may need to dress the room.

As you can see from above you need a professional and expert designer to incarnate flowers and décor to help you create an art experience that truly will make your day unforgettable by all.

Morris Goen