Frequently Asked Questions

Are the flowers real?

No, everything on our web-site is artificial silk (man-made) they are sturdy yet lightweight and photograph beautifully.

I’ve been on your website and seen the bouquet I want, unfortunately it clashes with my colours, what can you do?

Every item on our website is an indication of what can be done, you have the choice of having something made exactly as you see it or e-mail us for any changes you require, At no extra charge…

Do you ship to the US?

Yes we do, the maximum shipping charge is £20 there is a currency converter on our homepage to allow you to check prices in US dollars

As a Scot how do I know which tartan I should wear?

As an adult if you haven’t an affinity with any particular tartan by now then you could go for ‘Flower of Scotland or one of the ‘Pride of  Scotland’ range, it is also the case that even non-Scotsmen are simply choosing a tartan they like, no-one would be offended in this day and age.

Our budget won’t run to tartan tablecloths, any ideas?

How about tartan table runners or self coloured table runners taking in one of the colours from your chosen tartan, you could include narrow tartan ribbon on your place names/napkin holders/favours.

I live in one country and am getting married in another, how do I get my flowers?

Being silk all of our flowers are easily shipped anywhere and can even be at your hotel awaiting your arrival.

I am getting married in Gretna Green in Scotland, when and where should I order my flowers I don’t want to be left without?  You could wait until you get to Gretna and order from the local florist, but It would be my suggestion you choose what you want on-line secure in the knowledge that your flowers will be at your hotel awaiting your arrival.

We at Scottish Wedding Flowers guarantee this service.

My Scottish Dad wants to include a ‘Scramble’ as we leave for the church, is this a good idea or is he mad?

It is terrific to hear one of our lesser remembered traditions is making a come-back, it was always a fun time as crowds waited outside the brides door for her to leave for the ceremony.  Look at ‘Traditions’ on our website for ‘The Scramble’ and what it means along with lots of other tit-bits of folk-lore and fun, and Well Done Dad!

Also get Dad to take a look at the ‘Silver Sixpence’ story bet there’s not a dry eye in the house.

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