Top 10 wedding flowers
Choosing wedding flowers is very creative process, but it’s also important one since it’s probably going to be a large visual component of your wedding. Although your imagination is the only limit, there are certain types of wedding flowers that are more popular than others.
Remember, you are not only choosing flowers for your wedding bouquet, there are ceremony flowers, centerpieces, wedding cake, boutonnieres, corsages an all other floral decorations to think about. Today, there is an unlimited selection of flowers available year-round. Regardless, when you’re in search of your wedding flowers, it’s always better to choose them according to season. You’ll save money and get better quality that way.
According to our experiences, these are the top 10 wedding flowers:
Peonies are appealing to many brides due to their gorgeous large bloom, colorful foliage and decorative pods filled with seeds. There are many different colors to choose from, but the most wanted for weddings are white and various pink shades.
Rose – the queen of flowers will never be out of wedding fashion. Although it’s considered a classic wedding flower, rose have an impressive number of species that come in different colors, fragnances, shapes and sizes. Garden, Cabbage, English, David Austin, Vuvuzela – just to name a few.
Hydrangeas are becoming more popular as wedding flowers. Interesting thing about them is that their flower color depends not only on their species, but on the soil pH as well. They look luxurious by themselves, but they are often mixed with other kinds of flowers.
Brides who choose calla lilies usually want to make them stars of their wedding. White calla lilies are synonymous for sophisticated elegance and you won’t find them at rustic/boho/vintage themed weddings.
Ranunculus is a charming flower native to Asia and it comes in stunning 600 different species in almost every color that exist. This buttercup relative’s main characteristic are whorls of delicte petals that makes them perfect for bridal bouquets.
This delicate and exotic flower is quite popular in wedding industry. You’ll see them in many modern styled floral decorations, and the most popular kinds of orchids for weddings are Vanda, Phalenopsis and Dendrobium. Do you know that Vanilla comes from the orchid family?
If you want nothing less than supreme elegancy and sophisticated look, anemones are the right flower choice. Their unique appearance make them really pop in a floral arrangement. This extremely delicate flower, especially the white one, is perfect for elegant winter and spring weddings.
Baby’s Breath is back in fashion! This long time neglected and underrated flower is now used for sophisticated cloud-like wedding arangements, as well as for bridal and bridesmaid’s bouquets. Due to its appearance, it’s labeled as winter wedding flower.
The same as roses, elegantly shaped tulips are a wedding favourite. Because they come in so many vibrant colors, they are considered as spring flowers. Although they can be mixed with other types of flowers for centerpieces and decoratios, when it comes to bridal bouquets, they are better off alone.
Delicate bloom and subtle fragnance makes freesia a wonderful choice for spring weddings. It comes in many colors such as yellow, pink and lavender, but the white one is bride’s favourite. This cutie will accent any wedding bouquet, table centerpiece or flower arrangement perfectly.