What Flowers Will Be In Season For Your Wedding?
No matter the season there are always plenty of flowers to choose from. Check out the listing of flowers by season below to find the right flowers for your wedding day!
The amaryllis is a part of the lily family and features big, triangular petals in vibrant shades of red. It’s the perfect pop of color to brighten up a winter wedding. This flower is ideal for couples tying the knot around February and March as that is when it is most readily available.
Paper White Narcissus
These members of the daffodil family are available from December through February, making them an excellent choice for a winter bride. These beautiful flowers will make your wedding bouquet as white as snow. If you are not interested in a white flower in your bouquet other variations of this flower a vibrant yellow color to add a brighter, sunny color to your winter bouquet.
Scabiosa is a type of honeysuckle that blooms in December and January, and adds a wild feel to your bouquet. Shades of this flower include white, yellow, pink, lavender and more.
Star of Bethlehem
This flower has a delicate star-shaped bloom. Since it is a smaller flower it is best used as an accent or filler within your bouquet. Typically the flower is white with either a yellow or black pistil. This flower can also be found in shades of yellow and orange so don’t be afraid to ask your florist if white is not your thing.
Hellebores is also known as the “winter rose” and is a beautiful choice for cold weather weddings. A member of the buttercup family, this flower has a wide blossom with a slight bell shape. This flower come in a wide variety of colors from white to deep plum and almost everything is between including speckled variations.
Silver Brunia Balls
Silver Brunia Balls make a gorgeous filler in a winter bouquet. This is a naturally beautiful and unique plant. It has a woody stem that resembles a coral leaf along with a balled “flower” which is naturally a light gray and covered in a velvety texture.
Berries & Branches
If you’re looking to have a Christmas themed wedding, berries and branches are festive fillers to add to your bouquet. Even if you do not want to go all out with the holiday decor, you can add a few sprigs of holly or yew branches to add a holiday feel without going overboard.
From creamy whites and pale pinks to deep and radiant magentas, these billowing petals on these flowers can be incorporated in to any wedding look you are going for!
Garden Roses of all hues are a popular addition for table centerpieces, bouquets and boutonnieres at spring weddings.
Ranunculus has grown in popularity over the years, thanks to their heavy ruffles and multiple layers. Some popular colors include pink, rose, salmon, sunset orange and white.
These large clusters of blooms come in a variety of shades, from white and yellow to pink and purple. They are fine in both sun and shade making them a great option for either indoor or outdoor weddings. Though, it is important to note that hydrangeas require a little extra TLC than the average flower.
This bold and bulbous bloom is an iconic flower of the spring season. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and textures, from ruffled and fringed to lily-shaped or wild, so you can play with their different species to find the best look for your wedding theme and style.
These lovely and delicate flowers peak in the spring, since they require partial shade but also tolerate a bit of sun. There are about 200 species of anemone, so you can choose colors and styles that match your wedding theme.
The petals are showy, come in almost any color and some have markings. These are a popular flower that is popular in many spring weddings.
Sunflowers have bright yellow petals (occasionally red) and brown centers. They are heliotropic, which means that they turn their flowers to follow the movement of the Sun across the sky.
Daisies are a symbol of innocence and whimsy. They are the perfect flower to brighten up a wedding.
Dahlias will bring an air of elegance to your wedding floral arrangements. Their dynamic shape—round petals with points—also goes well with other flowers meshing with other flowers and greenery to make a beautiful bouquet.
Lavender is both an inexpensive and stunning flower to use at your wedding. Lavender is sweet and bright – a perfect addition to a summer wedding.
Freesias are one of the world’s most popular flowers. They are loved for their color and sweet perfume.
Cornflowers are a wonderful accent to a bouquet of Scabiosa, Asters and Snapdragon for a bright and natural, wildflower feel. These cornflowers have a lush texture and add a beautiful pop of color.
Orchids have uniquely shaped blooms. There are many colors and styles that orchids come in so you are sure to find the right one for your wedding.
Asiatic Lillies are both colorful and bountiful, making a great addition to any fall bouquet.
Celosia provides a kaleidoscopic array of colors, making them show-stopping additions to any wedding day.
These flowers are known for their cone-like clusters of flowers surrounded by large, leaf-like and often colorful bracts.
Yarrow has flower heads composed of small, condensed flowers rising above clusters of ferny foliage. The flowers can be yellow, red, pink, or any shade in between.
If you’re looking for more than just an average rose, try a bi-color rose. It will add a unique touch to any floral piece.
Queen Anne’s Lace
The flowers are small and dull white, clustered in flat. They may be pink in bud and may have a reddish or purple flower in the center.
These flowers have 2 foot stalks bearing purple flowers. These are a beautiful addition to any arrangement.
Whatever the season, there are always flowers to choose from. Don’t feel limited by the season you choose to have your wedding in simply because the flowers you want are not in season.
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