Let us help you celebrate one of the most important days of your life. Our creative and talented staff will make sure that your day is as special as you have always dreamed. No matter what the size of your wedding, we offer exceptional service to help you in selecting the flowers you will need on your special day. We will work within your budget and strive to assist you in all your wedding needs. We look forward to meeting with you and your fiancé! Don't forget to schedule your consultation today! We are the best wedding florist in Collinsville, Il.
We offer exceptional wedding service in all the surrounding areas (but not limited to) Collinsville, Maryville, Caseyville, Edwardsville, Fairview Heights, Troy, OFallon, Glen Carbon, Granite City, Belleville, Shiloh, Swansea, St. Louis.
We also deliver to churches, parks, venues, reception halls, and much more. Some of the venues we include are (but not limited to)
St. Peter & Paul Churh, St. James Church, Meadow Heights Baptist Church, Holy Cross( Marryville), Gateway Convention Center, Collinsville V.F.W. , Villa Marie Winery (Maryville), The Falls(Columbia), Crystal Garden(Edwardsville), The Shrine(Belleville), The Fountains ( Fairview Heights), Sunset Hills Country Club.
Cullop Jennings Florist -your Collinsville, IL wedding florist-, specializes in unique personalized floral bouquets for weddings. We want to make sure each bouquet represents the taste of the bride. Every bride is special and her flowers will be too. Whether your preference is colorful fun and flirty with tropical bright flowers, elegant and demure with white roses and hydrangeas, or anywhere in between, we have the resources to create anything.
We understand flowers represent a variety of different emotions and values- roses for love, lilies for virtue, hydrangea for perseverance, iris for inspiration, lilac for first love, orchids for delicate beauty and so on. The tradition of the wedding flower spans time and cultures. Spaniards chose orange blossoms because the orange tree both blooms and fruits simultaneously which represented fulfillment and happiness to them. Ancient Greeks carried ivy as a symbol of everlasting love. Brides in Tudor, England carried marigolds dipped in rosewater. Believed to be an aphrodisiac, the brides ate them after the ceremony. During Victorian ages, as the bride left the wedding festivities, she tossed her bouquet to a friend. This was done to keep her friend safe and to offer her fortune. Cullop Jennings will personally work with you to create a bridal bouquet for you that incorporates the traditions, emotions, and values you desire.