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Are Your Wedding Flowers in Season?

What’s a bride without flowers! Corsages, bouquets and other flower accessories add the ethereal feel to the overall bride picture.

Choosing the perfect flowers in season for your wedding can be very important. Are your wedding flowers in season? Let’s take a look at them.

 

Calla Lily

Season: Spring, Winter

Colors: light green, orange, pink, red, white, yellow

Notes: simple lines; can be expensive

Daffodil

Season: Spring, Winter

Colors: orange, white, yellow

Notes: leaky stems, cut short for arrangements; inexpensive

Dahlia

Season: Fall, Summer

Colors: orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow

Notes: full and fluffy; best bloom in late summer/early fall

Gardenia

Season: Summer

Colors: white

Notes: full; scented; finger oils can damage flower over time; expensive

Gerbera Daisy

Season: Year-round

Colors: almost any color

Notes: “fun” flower, inexpensive

Hyacinth

Season: Spring, Winter

Colors: blue, pink, purple, white

Notes: very strong scent; unique shape

Hydrangea

Season: Fall, Summer

Colors: blue, green, pink, purple, white

Notes: bloom is full; great for round arrangements; dries beautifully

Lily

Season: Spring, Summer

Colors: orange, pink, white, yellow

Notes: people either like or dislike this scent; long life span

Orchid

Season: Year-round

Colors: green, orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow

Notes: long-lasting, yet pricey

Peony

Season: Spring

Colors: blush, coral, cream, pink, white

Notes: lush, full, rounded bloom; symbol of a happy, good-fortuned marriage

Poppy

Season: Summer

Colors: orange, pink, red, white, yellow

Notes: vibrant colors; wirey stems great for arrangements

Rose

Season: Year-round

Colors: orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow

Notes: classic; garden roses are a great peony alternative

Tulip

Season: Spring, Winter

Colors: orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow

Notes: board leaves; long-lasting

 

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