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Choosing the Right Flowers for Your Wedding Day Featured

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If you’re in the midst of wedding planning, then you’ve probably been busy making all of the important decisions for the ceremony. From the overarching style to the table cloths to the wedding flowers, the list really does go on and on. But as one of the most important pieces of your wedding, it’s often difficult to choose the right flowers. Not only do you need to decide which type(s) you prefer, but you’ll also need to search for the best price that fits within your budget. While it may take you a few tries to find the right wedding flowers for your big day, it’s not impossible with a little help.

One of the most important factors to consider when searching for the right flowers is to think about seasonality. While many couples choose to get hitched in the spring and summer, there are still many that prefer cooler temperatures. So, before the stress of wedding planning becomes too much to handle, learn top tips for choosing the right wedding flowers to complete your picture-perfect day.

Types of Wedding Flowers

While there is an abundance of different wedding flowers to choose from, there are a handful of widely known, most popular options. You can incorporate these styles anywhere—from your bouquet to your centerpieces. Whether you choose one of them or all, they are sure to brighten up your big day.

If you find it hard to choose just one, then incorporate all of your favorites in a stunning wedding bouquet that will impress your guests and stand out in wedding photos for a lifetime. But before you decide just yet, learn the top wedding flower choices to help you find the perfect ones.

Roses: As one of the most widely known flowers for romance and beauty, roses make excellent wedding flowers. Their light scent brings a sense of freshness but isn’t too strong for those who are sensitive to fragrance. And while roses are most commonly seen in a red hue, they also come in white, yellow, peach and a plethora of additional colors. Create a bouquet out of multiple colors to draw eyes in, or a neutral color to keep all eyes on the bride. Whatever you choose, roses are a top choice for wedding flowers.

Tulips: If you’re planning a spring wedding, then consider tulips. They embody the stunning pastel hues that come with the season and are versatile enough to match a wide range of decor. Since they’re such a popular choice, they can add a modern, but eclectic, touch to your overall wedding vibe.

Lilies: While the beauty of lilies alone makes them an excellent wedding flower choice, they’re also known for good fortune making them a top tier choice for your special day. Since they come in a variety of types that feature different hues, you can create an abundance of distinct styles for your bouquets or table arrangements. For a bright look, try pairing white lilies with a touch of greenery. Or, for a more enchanted look, try dark calla lilies to add depth.

Peonies: If you’re looking for a more feminine style with light pinks and reds scattered about, consider pink or purple peonies. They will stand out in the best way next to a white dress and can contrast nicely with an outdoor vibe. Peonies are a great option for an autumn wedding as they will pull color from the natural world in photographs and videos.

The Right Style: Merging Color Schemes

If you’re already thinking about your wedding flowers, chances are you’ve decided—or at least have a general idea—on your wedding venue. The venue is important when thinking about your flower arrangements as it will influence your wedding day vibe and overall color scheme. Making sure you match your flowers to the rest of your color scheme isn’t always easy and may involve some vision boarding. But to help you get started, we’ve put together top tips to merging your color schemes.

This year, summer weddings are going tropical. Colors like orange, green, yellow and red are powerful hues that are sure to pop for a warm wedding. Whether you’re going for a rustic, bohemian or casual vibe, these colors are playful enough to capture your imagination. On the other hand, spring is going neutral with matte pinks, grays and army greens. These colors will keep your color scheme cool but versatile. Barn wedding or modern warehouse? This is just the style you want. Fall and winter are merging colors with hues such as light blue, brass and maroon. Whether it’s a winter wonderland or a New Year’s theme, these colors will take your big day vibe to the next level.

Hope this helps!

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