Flowers are a major part of most wedding ceremonies and receptions. They complete the bridal ensemble, decorate the aisles during the ceremony, are centerpieces at the reception tables, and more.
Not sure which flowers to incorporate into your wedding bouquet and decorations? Hopefully, by now you have chosen the shape of your bouquet(insert link) . This is essential before even considering the species of flower. This guide will help you decide which flower/plant works best for you and your theme!
In this glossary of flowers, there are LOTS of options to choose from. To feel less overwhelmed, first select which season your wedding will be in. Already you have significantly reduced your options. Then, narrow the flowers down to your top five and go from there. Before making any final decisions, give it 24 hours and ponder over your top 5.
Questions to reflect on include:
Would this flower look good as a boutonniere /bridesmaid bouquet?
Does this truly match my color scheme?
Do I want an assortment of flowers or just one?
Would my top 5 look good together in an assortment?
Springtime is one of the most popular times for a wedding, and these flowers are in season just in time for your big day!
The summer heat can be overbearing at times, but these flowers most definitely persevere!
Who said you had to only stick to reds, yellows and oranges if your wedding is in the fall? You can still embrace a full spectrum of colors during this season!
The common myth is that there are no flowers in bloom during winter, but luckily this myth has been debunked!