There are a lot of places to use flowers at weddings. Different flower meaning is different. When you choosing flowers, in addition to consider the beauty, you also should notice the budget and floral representation.
Whether you are hosting a ballroom bash, an outdoor rustic celebration, or a city-chic affair, flowers are necessary for all weddings. Here are 7 types flowers you will use at the wedding.
We love flower bouquets, they are important as much as the wedding dress. Take a peek at our collection.
Photo By JEN HUANG PHOTOGRAPHY
This beautiful flower is the bride's favorite. It's soft and full of texture. Pretty peony bouquets can be created to accommodate any budget.
Natalie Bray Photography
Annie McElwain Photography
Roses are classic and beautiful at weddings, are perfect for the bride's bouquet. You can use it to decorate the dinner table.
A sunshine-yellow array of roses
Photo by Carmen Santorelli
3. Pea Flower
This purple flower is the spring star that applies to lilac wedding or highlight colors.
Terra Cotta Pew Flowers
4. Fragrant Flowers
Using this sweet bouquet at wedding to evoke good memories of childhood and summer afternoons.
wedding fragrant flowers
Fragrant Flowers from Gabriella Rello
Tulips are suitable for rustic weddings or colorful modern weddings, and are intended to be the first choice for simple and generous new couples.
A bold bouquet comprised of tulips
A springy bouquet comprised entirely of pink fringed tulip
6. Calla Lily
The calla lily is simple and sweet, especially in the soft ribbon. The brides and the bridesmaids all love it, it is popular at weddings recently.
Angie Silvy Photography
A formal posy of elegant white calla lilies created by Clarendon Hills
7. Gerbera Daisy
Gerbera daisy is only for daring and open brides. Colorful spring flowers apply to cheerful backyard weddings.
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