Take the season of the year your wedding will take place
in order to pick the best flower selection.
Using flowers that are not in season with your date can be
expensive, look out of place and hard to find when the day comes.
Flowers have a big impact on the look of your event.
They embellish the visual impact.
1. Fall Wedding Flowers - the rustic colors available
and unique types of dried flowers can strike a
rich colorful bouquet. There are many golds, auburns,
burgundy, yellows, oranges and pinks readily available.
Try these in your floral plans -
2. Winter Wedding Flowers - not much is growing in
many parts of the world in terms of flowers.
Winter alternatives can include silk flowers with
greens and statice or babies breath which is a delicate
tiny white dried flower on stems.
Try pine branches with red silk roses and babies breath
for a dramatic look.
Winter flowers might include -
- Babies breath
- Pine branches
- Silk flowers
- Winter heath
- Winter Berries (red)
- Snow Drops
3. Spring Wedding Flowers - Spring is all about flowers
and renewal with new beginnings. As the cold disappears,
tulips, crocuses, daffodils pop up with bust of color.
The colors are limitless and might include some of these flowers -
4. Summer Weddings Flowers - Again, a season with plenty
of flowers to choose from. Romantic flowers like rose are
in full bloom and you can tailor make your floral as bright
or as mute as you like.
Some Summer flowers to think about including might be -
- Day Lilly
Florals will be unique to you and your event,
chose in season flowers, experiment with color
combinations and take personal preferences into
your decisions and you can't go wrong.