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Know the Best 16 Stand Out Flowers for your Wedding Bouquet

The wedding bouquet and the wedding dress are the most important choices on your wedding day. Both have to be like you ever dreamed and have to stay tuned with you. You will never forget them and have to be perfect! That’s why I created this new post for you.

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My experience will help you tremendously because I know when the flowers are available in the market.

 

I send you below the name of the flower, colors available and the month that you’ll find them in the market.

Some are most expensive than others but creating a wedding bouquet is always expensive. Creating a wedding bouquet it’s expensive because a lot of flowers won’t be used and some cames damaged. The florist won’t use them on your bouquet. So, when a florist ask you a high price don’t be in a panic, you can ask the “Why” and listen to the professional explaining their thoughts. It has to make sense at all.

I remember to create wedding bouquets. I bought more than 60/80 flowers and added only 30, for example. I explain.
When a florist buys the flower to your bouquet, she cannot buy only 2 or 3; she has to buy the set, like 20 roses, or 10 peonies, or 50 tulips. Then, she will use only part of those flowers.
The goal is to create a perfect combination of flowers, colors, and proportions. That is essential to create the harmony that you’re looking for in a wedding bouqeet.

Wedding Flowers for Spring Season:

  1. Anemone: Blue, red, pink, white (January to May and August to December)
  2. Moluccella laevis: Green (January to October)
  3. Delphinium: White, Blue (April to October)
  4. Fresia: White, Pink, Yellow, Red, Orange, Purple (February to April)
  5. Hyacinth: Purple, Pink, White or Blue (February to April)
  6. Hydrangeas: white, pink, blue (May to August)
  7. Lilacs: Violet or White (April)
  8. Peony: Pink or White (Late Spring to Early Summer)
  9. Ranunculus: White, Pink, Red, Orange, and Yellow (February to May)
  10. Star Gazer Lily: Pink and White (January to October)
  11. Sweetpea: White, Pink, Red/Coral, and Lavender/Purple (December to May)
  12. Tulip: Many colors, including White, Pink, Yellow, Red, and Purple (December to April)
  13. Waxflower: Pink, Purple, and White (November to May)
  14. Spray Rose: White, Pink, cream, red, orange (all year)
  15. Calla Lyly: white, yellow, orange, cream, pink, and violet (December to May)
  16. Limonium (lilac and white) (December to May)

The meaning:

Anemone: on a darker note indicates fading hope and a feeling of having been forsaken. On a positive note, it symbolizes anticipation.

Moluccella laevis: better known as Bells of Ireland, are not from Ireland as the name might suggest. They are actually found throughout Syria and Turkey and represent good luck in the language of flowers.

Delphinium: symbolizes big-heartedness, fun, lightness, and levity. It also indicates an ardent attachment.

Freesia: flowers sport many fragrant blooms. The language of flowers tells us that these South African natives symbolize trust and innocence.

Hyacinth: symbolizes playfulness and a sporty attitude and in its extreme rashness. Hyacinths also denote constancy. Blue hyacinth stands for constancy, purple for sorrow, red or pink for play, white for loveliness and yellow for jealousy.

Hydrangeas: symbolizes heartfelt emotions. It can be used to express gratitude for being understood. In its negative sense, hydrangea symbolizes frigidity and heartlessness.

Lilacs: symbolizes youthful innocence and confidence. White lilac symbolizes humility and innocence; field lilac symbolizes charity while purple lilac symbolizes first love.

Peony: The fragrant flowers symbolizes bashfulness and compassion. It can also be used to express indignation or shame. It signifies a happy life, happy marriage, good health, and prosperity.

Ranunculus: symbolizes radiant charm. It conveys a message that you are radiant with charm or you are attractive.

Star Gazer Lily: symbolizes purity and refined beauty. The white lily symbolizes modesty and virginity; orange lily symbolizes passion, yellow lily symbolizes gaiety while Lily of the Valley symbolizes sweetness and purity of heart. The Easter lily is the symbol of the Virgin Mary.

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Sweetpea: indicates delicate pleasure and bliss. It is a flower symbolic of departure after having a good time.

Tulip: signifies a declaration of love. It also symbolizes fame and perfect love.

Waxflower: Symbolically, the white dress represents purity, whereas the red rose petals represent fertility.

Spray Rose: Giving yellow roses can tell someone the joy they bring you and the friendship you share. White roses, the purest of colors, represent innocence, purity, and charm. White roses represent new beginnings.

Calla Lyly: symbolizes magnificence and beauty. White Calla lilies combine these two attributes with purity and innocence associated with the color white to make it the perfect choice of flower in a Wedding Bouquet.

Limonium: is symbolic of remembrance. It also symbolizes sympathy and success.


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