Bridal & Bridesmaid’s Bouquet’s

Bouquets are like the cherry on top of the cake. They are the last piece to complete your full wedding ensemble. Each bouquet is never the same and always carries a different uniqueness to them.

I always stress how important it is to personalize your wedding and another great way to do it is to have a unique meaningful bouquet. Every flower has its own meaning. Choose the flower that you think is as close to you and ask your florist to create a bouquet around it. Florists have a perfect eye for flowers and can create any size, and any style of bouquet your heart desires.

Each season has different flowers and if you want to keep costs low, it is always important to use flowers in the season you are getting married in.

Spring: Spring flowers are in season from February through April to the beginning of May. Flowers in this season are: anemone, Bells of Ireland, casa Blanca lily, daffodil, delphinium, hyacinth, lilac, narcissus, peony, ranunculus, Stargazer lily, sweet pea, tulip.
Summer: Summer flowers are usually in bloom from May until August and sometimes into September. Here are the most popular choices among summer blooms: alstroemeria, Bells of Ireland, chrysanthemum, English lavender, forget-me-not, freesia, Gerber daisy, hydrangea, iris, larkspur, lily, lisianthus, Queen Anne’s lace, snapdragon, stephanotis, stock, sunflower, tuberose, yarrow, zinnia.
Fall: Fall flowers are usually in season from September to November often in fiery shades of red, orange, and yellow, as well as bridal whites, aster, chrysanthemum, dahlia, flowering cabbage, marigold, zinnia.
Winter: The winter season usually lasts from December until February. Flowers for this season are: amaryllis, anemone, Bells of Ireland, camellia, casa Blanca lily, cosmos, daffodil, forget-me-not, holly, jasmine, narcissus, poinsettia, ranunculus, Stargazer lily, star of Bethlehem, sweet pea, tulip.

Flowers that are in-season year-round are baby’s breath, bachelor’s button, calla lily, carnations, delphinium, eucalyptus, gardenia, gladiolus, heather, lily of the valley, orchid, rose and scabiosa.

Take a look at the different bridal bouquets below!

Bridesmaids bouquets should always coordinate with the brides and finish your floral ensemble. Take a look at a few bridal bouquets!


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