I'm a wedding planner – the common flower everyone loves but makes your big day look tacky in an instant | The Sun

THERE'S loads that goes into planning a wedding, so picking the perfect flowers might not be top of your list.

But it turns out there's one anyone planning their nuptials should avoid, not because of the way it looks, but the way it smells.

Wedding planner Kimberly Burrell explained that including the popular bloom in your big day is a big no-no.

She said: "This is without a doubt the worst wedding trend ever, and it's not because it looks bad, I personally love this trend.

"The problem is it'll create the worst experience for your guests, literally they'll be walking out of that wedding like what the f**k was that?"

The problem flower is baby's breath, which is a favourite for loads of brides in their bouquets and as decoration in the venue.

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With loads of couples opting for huge clouds of the flower to decorate their venue, the wedding planner urged people to avoid it at all costs.

"I've had some people tell me that it smells like cat piss," she said.

Kimberly added: "No one wants to have the smell of athlete's foot wafting over the table while they're trying to eat their steak or fish."

If you really want to include the flower in your big day, stick to small amounts "sprinkled through an arrangement" to help hide the smell.

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Not only that but having a huge floral design on your big day that covers the view your probably forked out loads of cash for is a no-no.

Keep the blooms low or avoid floral arches for a less tacky look that won't ruin the view.

The pro recommended sticking to "clean classic flowers" to get a posh look that doesn't include baby's breath and will look just as chic.

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