Is there ever anyone who doesn't like flowers? We don't think so either. When your life gets caught up in the noise and chaos, fresh flowers make us nostalgic and help us to pause and ponder about the perspective of our lives. As the old saying goes, "take time to smell the roses", fresh blooms are known to be an instant mood changer. For every expression that you want to convey in life, there is a flower that can speak our minds aloud. Whether you want to say great words like 'sorry' or 'thank you' or even 'I love you', or you simply want to say 'I am here for you', the diverse world of flowers posing as keepsakes for hard-hitting nostalgia brings in the best of beauty and aroma to any occasion with its uniqueness.
Out of all the aspects of a wedding day, your selection of wedding florals helps to capture the emotions of the big day celebrations in a vivid way. Choosing your wedding flowers according to your taste, the season you are getting married in, your wedding theme and color palette can be a daunting task going by the huge selection of flowers available in each season. Ranging from the type of flower you choose to the color of it, each and every floral selection holds a meaning. Ranging from red roses that symbolize passion to the pretty hyacinths that represent joy and admiration, there is a flower for every sentiment that you want to represent on your wedding day depending on the season of your wedding day. Let us explore the best wedding florals according to every season.
January offers hundreds of possibilities when it comes to wedding flowers in a range of exuberant hues. Ranging from tropical blooms and bright orchids in perfect contrast to the cold weather to the popular autumn color palette lending a bucolic touch, wedding flowers in January are usually grown in a greenhouse or imported from a far-off destination. From using pine cones as reception table centerpieces to using calla lilies, pussy willows, paperwhites, ranunculus, stephanotis, tulips, and gardenias that are available in simple and elegant shapes and colors, January wedding floral options are beautifully aesthetic and austerity. Roses are a great way to add a more classic look along with being easily available and giving you excellent value for money.
If you are planning a wedding in February, which is the official month of 'love', you will be surprised by the plethora of choices and endless color options when it comes to wedding flowers. The wide array of breathtaking blossoms are bound to leave you and your guests speechless with an abundant amount of color and fragrance bursting from simple and traditional aesthetics to extravagant and exquisite choices. The fresh February blooms can have something exclusively for you depending on your taste and wedding theme, ranging from orchids and gerberas for the ones with an exotic taste to the pretty and bright spring garden flowers like narcissi, muscari, hyacinths, freesias, or tulips for the rustic and country-themed weddings, or the endless options of carnations, chrysanthemums, roses, and ranunculus for an excellent romantic and timeless wedding look.
The options for your spring soirée will be filled with luscious petals and gorgeous blooms for creating a grand and ethereal atmosphere. Spring is undoubtedly one of the best time to get married, especially with the assortment of flower options that this season brings, there is no doubt that wedding flower ideas for March can land you with a wide range of freshest flowers like amaryllises, daisies, gardenias, gerberas, hydrangeas, carnations, chrysanthemums, daffodils, dahlias, lilies (Peruvian, calla, stargazer), irises, orchids, tulips, and much more. The burst of color and aroma that the month of March brings for wedding flower options is truly phenomenal. From bucolic palettes in deep and warm color tones to tropical and bright blossoms, the range of blooms for March weddings can be budget-friendly as well as aesthetic and artistic.
April is the prime month for a spring wedding, and the inspirational wedding options for flowers make this month one of the most surprisingly beautiful times of the year to get married. In the face of ever-changing wedding flower trends, the month of April offers a lot of colorful blooms from the bright tulips and daffodils decking up reception halls and wedding ceremony sites to the soft and romantic pastel shades of pussy willows and calla lilies adorning the reception tables and wedding backdrops. So what flowers are in season at this time of year? Adding a splash of color to white weddings can be done using the delicate blooms of April with your extensive color palettes and sweetly fragrant spring favorites like tulips, freesia, sweet peas, snapdragons, gardenias, countless varieties of orchids and roses, peonies, irises, cornflower, forsythia, lisianthus, delphiniums, tweedia, and the ever-popular and versatile ranunculus.
As they say “April showers bring May flowers”, the month of May marks the start of the British-grown flower season, and cornflowers are one of the best blooms for wedding floral designs. From flowering bulbs of hyacinths and tulips, highly sought after peonies to the slender stems of Oriental lilies for its vivacious fragrance, the delicate and fragrant May blooms are perfect for every type of wedding ceremony and reception, whether you are hosting a countryside wedding or want to add on to an epic backyard wedding details. Using the flirty florals of spring is the best way to customize your wedding decoration gorgeously from ceremony altars to welcome table decor. Ranging from some of the most popular outdoor ceremony wedding flowers like stephanotis, freesia, stock, tuberoses, sweet peas, and English garden roses to some of the most economical flowers like roses, lilies, gerbera daisies, orchids, and anthuriums, your list of May wedding flowers will be defined by bright, cheerful flowers in a vast array of perfect pinks, pretty purples, and blues.
Just like choosing the best wedding dress for your big day, your summer flower inspiration will bring along a lot of options to choose from whether you are planning for a rustic and boho atmosphere or a more refined and modern wedding look. Planning a memorable summer soirée can offer so many options for your bridal bouquet and centerpieces along with decking up the aisle and altar as your wedding ceremony backdrop. As this is a prime time for flowers, June weddings are a classic show of aesthetics and artistry from the standard roses and carnations to the statement pieces like dahlias and sunflowers. Whether you want to add a bright pop of summertime to your wedding with the classic sunflowers that resemble the rays of sunshine and start flowering at the beginning of the summer season or you want to take advantage of the Mediterranean vibe of snapdragons with its fragrant petals and long stems, your bright and exotic floral choices for a summer wedding will be detailed with blooming season of positive and bright sunny vibes.
The abundance of choices for wedding flowers that a summer bride has is truly phenomenal, especially the greenhouse flowers which are readily available in all the florist shops, as well as flowers growing in your own backyard or the wildflowers that are easily available. The range of floral color palettes for your summer wedding can range from a Victorian theme consisting of yellows and purples, or a more traditional and formal themed floral collection consisting of gardenias, roses, and stephanotis, or a more colorful themed for an extravagant feeling consisting of gerbera daisies and sunflowers. Whether you are planning for a romantic and whimsical wedding day, or you are looking to create a more elegant and modern wedding tale, summer floral inspirations can land you in a meadow of feathery plumes featuring in-season floral options like astilbes, calla lilies, delphiniums, gerbera daisies, hydrangeas, poppies, ranunculus, stephanotis, sunflowers, and an avid variety of wildflowers. Whether you opt for a traditional wedding or one a bit more avant-garde, your July wedding flowers will reflect your unique personality and wedding theme.
The most beautiful and coolest summer wedding trends in wedding flowers feature the boldest and brightest plethora of blooms for an unforgettable summer love tale. If you are getting married in the month of August or having a late summer wedding, the gorgeous mix of summer flower blooms of different shapes and sizes is the perfect way to add a pretty and delicate style to your wedding day. Whether you are looking for a dramatic ambiance featuring calla lilies in gorgeous Art Deco style, or want to stick to a minimal and romantic style with the glorious chrysanthemums laid out as reception table centerpieces, your summer floral collection in August can feature some of the most popular summer wedding flowers like bouvardias, calla lilies, carnations, chrysanthemum, dahlias, hydrangeas, roses, sunflowers, baby's breath, and cornflowers for your ‘something blue’ idea.
When the crisp air of autumn moves in and the foliage of nature transforms into vibrant and jewel stone toned hues, the season becomes whimsical by adding boho and bucolic touches to your wedding day. The fresh blooms turn into twigs, feathers, and berries with some of the cool weather bulbs resurfacing from its spring hibernation. With the weather predictably cool but not very cold, you can opt for traditional summer flower choices that still remain appropriate or go for the autumnal floral schemes. Fall floral color palettes ranging from deep plum, red, orange, yellow, and mauve to some of the most subdued shades of brown, cream, muted green belong to both fiery colors as well as muted fall schemes. Flowers like alstroemeria, cotton, dahlia, ornamental fruits, mums, ranunculus, sunflowers, wheat sheaves, and zinnias instantly become hit during early autumn weddings.
Inspirational fall bridal bouquets and centerpieces are filled with a mix of rich reds, fiery oranges, and beautiful yellows blended with brown, gold, green, amber, and russet colors. With the fresh blooms of summer getting dethroned by fall foliage featuring branches, oak leaves, acorns, and crab apples, we love the popular combinations of bucolic color palettes adorning fall weddings, making them timeless and whimsical. When the days are gorgeously sunny and the evenings are comparatively crisp, some of the best autumn wedding flowers make it the perfect time to embrace the best of rich and luscious colors for your wedding decoration ideas. For your bridal bouquets, centerpieces, and boutonnieres, the flower options can range from anemones, aster, astilbe, carnation, chocolate cosmos, dahlia, delphinium, freesia, gypsophila, hydrangea, lilies, lisianthus, to a vibrant and wide variety of orchids, ranunculus, and roses.
When Christmas and Halloween are just around the corner and you will see couples getting married everywhere, November brings its fair share of wedding bells to the party. All the early winter weddings are in for visual treats as the surprising amount of choices for decorations and flowers that November brings with it can look stunning and incredible. Whatever your style be, whether you are looking for a warming winter look, a cool contemporary style, or want to stick with a gorgeous vintage, boho, or rustic luxe look, planning the color scheme for your November wedding can land you with a plate full of choices featuring warm reds and burnt oranges that will instantly enhance the romantic feel of the winter season.
Very few flowers can survive the hard frost of wintertime and the delicate decadence of this season might be time for you to opt for neutral flowers with bright green and red pops or skip the flowers and go for complete festive holiday ornamentation ideas like red berries and pine cones. However, there are blooms that are only in during the winter season, which makes them exclusive and unique along with a few other blooms that are available throughout the year. Some of the best wedding flowers for weddings in December are amaryllis, hypericum berries, sweet peas, camellias, carnations, anemones, ranunculus, hellebores, poinsettias, gardenias, tulips, gerbera daisies, calla lilies, orchids, and the ever classic roses.
Synonymous with the vibrancy of life, your wedding flower collection will pose to be the constant source of reliance and beauty, along with being a vivid display of the power of love. The wedding flower designs ranging from the reception table flowers, buttonholes, corsages to the bridal bouquets and boutonnieres, play a significant role in setting the tone of your wedding day. From adding personal touches to the special day, for instance, decking up the reception hall with the flowers that he brought you on the first date to using the language of flowers to express your precious emotions and gestures, your choice of wedding day flowers are the best way to create good vibes and positive sentiments.
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