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The Best Spring Wedding Flowers

The Best Spring Wedding Flowers

While you’re wedding planning, certain details may not be very clear at first–like what kind of flowers are only available during your wedding season or who should give a speech at the reception. Among other things, there is so much for you to learn! But don’t worry. We’re outlining all the details below with professional tips and graphics.

Spring brides, rejoice! You are marrying at one of the most beautiful times of year, and soon, many popular wedding flowers will be in season. What does this mean for you? First, you’ll have easier and cheaper access to blooms, such as peonies, that would cost you a pretty penny in the off-season. And second, you can buy locally grown flowers, reducing your ecological footprint and supporting local businesses! Read on to discover 10 gorgeous floral varieties in season this spring.

(Via Bridalguide)

 

We especially love: 

Daffodils – An easy-to-grow and affordable spring bulb, daffodil blooms look at home in mixed bouquets and casual wedding flower arrangements. Flowers may be single or double, and are available in shades of white, yellow, coral, and orange. If you decide to harvest daffodils from the garden for DIY arrangements, condition the flowers separately from other blooms. Flowers in the narcissus family contain sap that leaks from the stem and can clog the stems of other flowers, causing wilt.

Peony – This beautiful bloom is an all-time favorite for brides. It’s the perfect mix of softness and texture, and the pastel varieties complement so many wedding color palettes.

Calla Lily – Simple and sweet, calla lilies are beautiful wrapped in a soft, satin ribbon and held lovingly by a bride or bridesmaid.

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