Beautiful Blooms for the Month of Your Wedding
From elaborate floral arrangements as centerpieces to the simplicity found in boutonnieres, flowers are some of the most versatile elements in a wedding day. They can transform a ceremony space, honor special guests and represent you and your partner as a couple. With a creative imagination and a knowledgeable florist, the options are limitless. Unfortunately, this factor also makes it easy to go over budget.
When exploring floral options for bouquets and décor, it is crucial to keep in mind that flowers are seasonal. They bloom during different times throughout the year; some grow best during the spring, while others are most common during the fall. Florists are charged more in shipping and labor costs when they purchase flowers that are out of season, resulting in higher fees for brides and grooms.
Flowers can still bring an unparalleled level of timelessness and elegance to a wedding, without the high cost. One must simply choose to include flowers that are in season. Follow our guide to discover the top flowers that are thriving during the month of your wedding! Not only will they coordinate with seasonal wedding themes, they will also be easily accessible, and therefore, cost effective.
Each of these can flowers serve as beautiful statement pieces throughout your wedding. Find the best bloom for you!
January: Alstromeria, Chrysanthemum, Sweet Pea
February: Lilium Casablanca, Lily, Rose
March: Freesia, Orchid, Ranunculus
April: Iris, Tulip, Calla Lilies
May: Poppy, Lilac, Peonies
June: Zinnia, Tuberose, Sweet Pea
July: Delphinium, Cosmos, Hydrangea
August: Gardenia, Chrysanthemum, Dahlia
September: Juniper, Liatrus, Sun Flower
October: Misty Blue, Asiatic
November: Chamelaucium, Stephanotis, Star of Bethlehem
December: Amaryllis, French Tulip
All the best,
~ Love your favorite Newburyport Wedding Planning Team from Detailed Engagements!
11/21/2021 04:14:19 pm
Nice tips. Having a beautiful flower can make you more beautiful on your wedding day.
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